Here we see multi-media weaver Alastair Duncan completing the setup of Interconnection, one of his famous 'sound weavings'. It's worth reading the artist's catalogue entry in full:
"This is an audio-interactive tapestry with sensors embedded in the weave which, when triggered by proximity of a viewer's hand, will play sound clips additional to the background looping 50 min soundscape. The design for Interconnection suggests a confusion of natural and urban or industrial “jungle” and the audio links to this with different natural and man-made sounds. The design and weaving of the tapestry plus the audio production, electronics and computer coding took over two years to complete."
Quite amazing... If you can't afford to buy the work (£20,000, since you ask) you can at least learn something about the artist's techniques in a series of online sessions (£15 for three one-hour workshops). See ZOOM! above.
[Post edited 14 October after feedback from the artist: the work is no longer activated by touch but by proximity. The complications of Covid...]