Iceberg, which could be seen until a few days ago at Brussels' Place de la Monnaie-Muntplein, "is a playful sound and light immersive work, a series of illuminated metal arches that produce distinctive sounds. The arches from a tunnel inviting visitors to enter, listen, ans play this giant organ, where notes and light travel up and down musical passageways.As visitors explore the arches, motion sensors inside detect their movements, triggering changes to the lighting and sounds and bringing the iceberg to life. Wheter alone or in a groupe, walking underneath an arch or standing in front of one, each visitor "warms up" the iceberg, transforming its northern essence into a symphony for both the ears and the eyes. The size and shape of the structures call to mind a floating glacier, as it moves through the water and melts. Similarly, the different soundscapes provide their own accompagniment to the iceberg's gradual drift southward. In the north, visitor's movements trigger sounds from nature, but as they move through the installation, the sounds become richer and more harmonious. As the iceberg glides south, nearer to inhabited coastlines, music emerges brought on by human activity"