The eHarp was originally created as part of a collaborative project with Martin Back at a gallery in Santa Fe, NM, called ATMOSPHERE EVO-LUTE. http://philipmantione.com/atmosphere-evo-lute/ The installation was driven by weather sensors positions outside the gallery which influenced the sound inside the space using Max/MSP. Voice recordings also triggered relays wired via an Arduinio microprocessor, which caused wall-mounted lighting positioned in the shape of a right triangle to blink in the otherwise completely darkened space. Meanwhile the eHarp suspended in the center of the room produced an ongoing drone caused by attached vibrating motors. I later used the eHarp for a performance at the Riverside Art Museum with Glenn Bach. There I activated the instrument with eBows, standard bows, and various other exciters.