Looks very cool.
An amalgamation of image and text parsed from the BBCâ€™s live internet news service is algorithmically recombined into a semi-abstract visual array, which is then back-projected onto a suspended screen situated in the lowest well of the staircase. Beneath the screen, a surround sound system emanates a seemingly garbled newscast. On the ceilings, geometric abstract patterns are painted directly onto the surfaces. These images are visual translations of the equations responsible for creating the real-time audio/visual elements of the installation â€“ scribed in a data-language that, like the fundamental components of the media itself, is opaque to human perception.
None of which I understand, of course, but this is neat.