Inner is an interactive sculpture that encourages the audience in imprinting its inner body status in a blank canvas, ‘Carta Bianca’. At the touch of heart-rate sensors, the public can experience their heart-beat sonification as it would live within a paper, wood, glass or metal body. The sound then imbues synesthetic lighting to underline the audience’s inner-self projected through the sculpture.

This installation is inspired from the junction of the research conducted by Balandino at Goldsmiths, University of London, focused on prototyping new bio-musical instruments, and the artistic work of Victoria Curtin Rivera on abstraction.This work aims then to deliver, the idea of the embodiment of artworks that have the potential to be intangible and far from its audience.

Inner was selected as Best Musical Installation and received the Steinberg and ArteScienza prize.