The Very Large Array

The Very Large Array is a sonic sculpture consisting of a large number of independent sound sources. Unsynchronized in time but correlated in semantic content, the VLA modules provide a rich sound field in which the human listener's impoverished aural fovea displays unexpected ability. Activated by darkness, the VLA's audible landscape alternates with daylight's visual one - the listener is an active participant in this landscape, traversing the perpetually changing sonic gradient in search of the most pleasing mixture.

VLA Sightings:

Some more VLA pictures.

Technical notes for the curious.