Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:
Light and sound are two types of waves. Like radio and the waves that our cell phones make to communicate with each other. We are continuously surrounded by waves, but we never see them.
Until now! Because here, at the cradle of radio and television, sound waves are being visualized. Whistle, clap, talk, sing or scream and see the waves you produce yourself. Experience how waves travel through space and bounce off the walls. Discover how different tones also produce different waves.
Here is a better video demonstrating the work in action, taken by Hans van Zutphen
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
The natural successor to the late great Moebius.
Beili Liu. Bound # 2. Thread, needle, red oak, (reclaimed shipping crates), 6 x 10 x 18”.Two weathered, human-sized oak columns (reclaimed wood from shipping containers) stand in opposition to each other, with thousands of gossamer red threads spanning the distance between them. Each thread is held in place by a needle at each end. Although the thousands of lines connect the two columns and visually pull them towards each other, they are solidly anchored in place and stand silently apart..Each thread is threaded through two needles on the opposing side of the two columns.
Boris Petrovsky - Paranoia (2011)
Additional installation shots by Nicole Sandburg
Evolució by Onionlab / Mapping Festival 2013
From the mailbox, a projection-mapping project:Hello!
I am contacting you to present Onionlab’s most recent piece, EvolucióYou will also find some high-resolution pictures here:And here is a brief description of the project:EvolucióOnionlab presents Evolució, a piece that revolves around the graphic and sound abstraction of the concept it is named after: evolution. It is construed as transformation, construction and alteration of reality through time; evolution as a discontinuous creation process as well.Created with 3D projection mapping techniques, this time, Evolució was projected onto the façade of the Musées d’art et d’histoire de Genève, though the piece takes the evolution concept even further: It was conceived as an open transformation process so that it can also be adapted to different façades and projection surfaces, and so that Evolució can continue its transformation process.