Knowledge of the world is formed by man on his sensory experience. Through sight and hearing, we get different sets of sensations: one through the eyes, and the other through the ears. Based on these sensations, we make a decision about further (without) action.

But how does a non-human agent behave in such conditions and how does it interact with the environment?

The installation “Music of the Wind” demonstrates an example of a distributed system, the actor of which, through digital methods, explores the environment, and the data received by the sensors become a set of sensations.