We performed a version of this act, with me on this invented, low-hanging, modified rope apparatus for the Transitional Spaces event curated by Katelyn McCulloch at the Contemporary Circus Festival of Toronto this past weekend. Dave attached a small computer/sensor to my leg that manipulated a sound score he had created out of the sounds of my body and apparatus during rehearsal (along with a couple electronic sounds he mixed in) according to my leg's acceleration and rotation. The performance was really successful and we had some great feedback. Unfortunately we didn't get any photos of the performance, but maybe some will float my way eventually!
We're currently looking for some resources to develop this project and collaboration further.
**By the way, the title echolocation comes from the name given to the kind of biological sonar some animals (somewhat appropriately, bats) use to determine their location. I think it is neat to think of the way we use sensory data other than just visual in learning and experiencing movement.