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Leopold Inkapööl

While human hearing is generally good at locating where a sound is coming from, most audio set-ups have just one or two sources. What if playing an electronic musical instrument could also be a spatial experience?

Omniphonium is a highly intuitive audio controller that allows the user to play with the spatial dimensions of sound. The installation fully immerses its visitors by using multiple concealed speakers. Seven brass rings on the instrument can be programmed with different audio samples. By turning the touch-sensitive rings individually, visitors standing in the middle of the space can move the sounds around them as they play, controlling where they are coming from.

Leopold Inkapööl (SE) graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2022. With a musical background, he gravitates towards designing projects that deal with sound and listening, often installations with an interactive character or instrument-like objects like the "noisy hummus bar" or the "door-synthesizer". Inkapööl is currently based in Stockholm, where he implements sound and interactivity into public playground projects.


  • 13 Apr
    12:00 – 20:00
  • 14 Apr
    12:00 – 20:00
  • 15 Apr
    12:00 – 20:00
  • 16 Apr
    12:00 – 20:00

How to get there?

De Heuvel
Heuvel Galerie, Centrum 24
5611 DK Eindhoven