Tristan Shone

DRONE MACHINES (completed)<br />
1.0:Throttles. Dual pitch throttles each with 100in/lb torque force feedback and volume/modulation control.<br />
2.0:Bellows. 5 layer vocal looping bellows.
DRONE MACHINES (completed)
1.0:Throttles. Dual pitch throttles each with 100in/lb torque force feedback and volume/modulation control.
2.0:Bellows. 5 layer vocal looping bellows.




Tristan Shone is an engineer, sculptor and musician, combining the three in his newest body of work entitled Drone Machines. From many years in industry (automation design) his work draws heavily on elements of industrial automation, robotics and mechanical tools and devices fosusing on the eroticism of interaction with machine. Drone Machines are interfaces for music, but they are more; they are extensions of your industrial primate and a direct reflection of what they control. His previous work has been mainly involved with robotic sculpture and devices, the most recent, Aphanisis, was shown in 2006 at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (Scottdale, AZ). Tristan has shown work recently at: Estacion Tijuana (TJ, MX), Queens Nails Annex Gallery (SF, CA), and Sundown Salon (LA, CA).

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