‘Attachment Drawing: Interfaces' creates tangible connections between individuals and objects through a strategic use of sound, engaging its audience with the unseen. Ali Bramwell’s performative installation is most accurately described as an activated sound sculpture, encapsulating theories and methods central to her practice. In culmination, the sculptures create a field of interaction whereby the objects and the bodies that walk among them develop a mutual exchange with one another.
Structurally, the installation is comprised of conductive sculptures attached to Theremin sensors; the pitch and volume of resulting sounds affected by both existing architecture and passing variables. By materialising a magnetic field of conductive materials (both human and nonhuman), a social dynamic completes the installation creating a transient, experimental and responsive space; sensitive to the physical composition and dynamics of those located within the environment.