In Yorùbá Omísèhìndè means «water remained after».

This architectural monument is a physical manifestation of resonant frequencies taking shape, traveling through space. Traveling through the ocean waters paying homage to the ancestor’s sacrifice. Vibrations made manifest before they are heard and crystalized.

Through capacitive touch, the Wave’s arches embedded with biometric inlays control a cymatic pool. More than a monumental representation of the power of our voices, the Wave demonstrates our individual resonance through performative action.