This weekend is Digital Design Weekend at the London Design Festival, and we wouldn't want you to miss Yuri Suzuki's "Garden of Russolo" at the V&A ICN Gallery.
The exhibition is a free interactive installation made up of voice activated sound works called "White Noise Machines".
Yuri Suzuki explores the relationship between sound and design by developing devices to connect music and people. In this project, Suzuki wished to "redesign sound shape", and you would be hard-pressed to not interact with this installation, and be guided by it.
Watch one of Suzuki's sound installations in New Delhi to get a flavour for what to expect:
To find out more about Yuri Suzuki's exhibition at London Design Festival, see his event page.
Win Cass Art prizes with the London Design Festival Competition
To celebrate the festival we are giving you the chance to win one of three Rotring Rapidograph Technical Pen Sets worth £73*.
Each prize includes: Set of 3 Rotring technical drawing pens sizes .25, .35 and .50, 1x drawing ink, 1x Rotring fine lead mechanical pencil 0.5, 1x fine lead box, 1x eraser, 1x drawing compass attachment 1x pen station.
The Rotring Rapidograph College Set is a brilliant and durable collection of high-quality drawing instruments. It contains three Rapidograph pens, with 0.25mm, 0.35 mm and 0.5mm nibs. They all use Rotring's unique capillary cartridge, which means that every time you change the ink you get a clean new ink helix, so you never need to clean it. Three black ink cartridges come with the set, as do three pen stations. You also get a Tikky mechanical pencil, complete with twelve 0.5mm leads, an eraser and a compass attachment, so the Rapidograph College Set is a really comprehensive and excellent-value drawing set.
Enter the competition now via LDF's competitions page.
All activities to get involved in are outlined on the London Design Festival website. You can also get up date information via their Twitter and Facebook. Don't forget to tweet your work this weekend to @CassArt #LDF13.