A sound installation consisting of a fully-functioning espresso bar.
A barista who turns coffee-making into a live sonic experience.
(And yes, you can actually drink your coffee after you've heard it).
microphones attached to all of the coffee-making equipment (espresso
machine, milk jug, grinder, drip tray, water tank, espresso pump,
etc). The resulting sounds are then amplified, fed through a laptop
and subjected to subtle digital processing in real time. .
(both inside and outdoors). The electro-acoustic café can
be set up from scratch in any location simply by bringing in the
minimal coffee and sound equipment required.
Brewster, a former professional barista who has competed in 'Latte-Art',
and came second in the 2010 Swedish Championships in Stockholm.
He has also been working with sound for the past ten years.