The Encoded Revolt installation was exhibited at The Imperial War Museum and The Goldsmiths Hyphen show. The piece consists of a large hand coiled clay Udu drum and two electronic paddled drumsticks. By applying digital hexadecimal data to the musical systems of serialism, this piece is programmed to live encode Syrian airstrike data as it is reported online; preserving this politically sensitive digital data in the analogue audio form. One drumstick encodes the co-ordinates, whilst the other encodes the reported side responsible for the airstrike producing a convergence of sound and data reverberating into the air.