Following the quest to embody the invisible transmissions that surround us, in this wearable I explore the use of an IC mixer circuit to down convert the emissions from the NOAA weather satellite and make them audible. By continuing my research into textile antennas and fractal geometry as a means to detect radio-frequency (RF) transmissions, I aim to speculate about the body as an agent of power in a post-capitalist world, and to re-interpret transmission technologies through handmade crafting techniques.

This project was presented at Piksel 207 as part of the exhibition Signal To Noise in Bergen, Norway, and is currently on display at the exhibition organized by the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics ICERM: Illustrating Mathematics, at Brown University in Providence, RI, USA.