Wondering what to do with all that useless audio gear? Try
building a big igloo out of it in a church, "a new home: a habitat for
listeners of avant-garde music." There's everything from old speakers
to turntables in there. Neat. But creator Benoît Maubrey's description
of the sounds from these retired pieces of gear starts to get creepy,
as he describes "a chorus of electroacoustic souls whispering their
last prayer. We are allowed to enter this room, our body-resistance
brings warmth into this media confessional, the sounds change around us
– or is it our imagination?"

Okay, officially time to come out of the igloo.

(Thanks to we make money not art)