Ripples
Inspiration is like drops on water that ripple out and affect all the other drops falling around it.
Ripples
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from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

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from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

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from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe

Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe

Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe

Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
from89:


Installation by Myeongbeom Kim

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe

Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
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outsidemybubble:

……all of them apply to me right now….SO close to being done, just need to write eight more pages and finals week will be over…but i just don’t want to do it…….
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not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
not-hercules:

Jessica Harrison’s gory porcelain dolls.
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red-lipstick:

Justin Novak’s Disfigurine series unfolded over the period of 1997 to 2006. The medium was Raku-Fired Ceramic w/ Mixed Media.
red-lipstick:

Justin Novak’s Disfigurine series unfolded over the period of 1997 to 2006. The medium was Raku-Fired Ceramic w/ Mixed Media.
red-lipstick:

Justin Novak’s Disfigurine series unfolded over the period of 1997 to 2006. The medium was Raku-Fired Ceramic w/ Mixed Media.
red-lipstick:

Justin Novak’s Disfigurine series unfolded over the period of 1997 to 2006. The medium was Raku-Fired Ceramic w/ Mixed Media.
red-lipstick:

Justin Novak’s Disfigurine series unfolded over the period of 1997 to 2006. The medium was Raku-Fired Ceramic w/ Mixed Media.
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devidsketchbook:

BISMUTH CRYSTAL OF THE WEEK
If you want one of the rarest bismuth crystals in the world, here it is!!! It was amazing seeing this creation come forth from the molten bismuth. Simply massive in size at 566 grams, and 4 1/2” by 4 1/8” by 3”. It has gorgeous pastel colors of greens, pinks, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, browns and golds.
Facts and strange things about Bismuth - "I grow all my own bismuth crystals out of 99.99% pure bismuth. The growing time is about 1 hour. Ever drink Pepto-Bismol? Well if you have, then you’ve swallowed some bismuth. Don’t be afraid. Pharmaceutical applications are one of the main uses of bismuth. Bismuth is the 83rd element on the periodic table of elements. It sits just to the right of lead. Which means it is a bit heavier then lead. Because it is non-toxic, bismuth is now being substituted for lead in shot gun shells. No more contaminating our ponds with lead. Bismuth also has a low melting point which is why it is used in overhead sprinkler systems". [Read More]
devidsketchbook:

BISMUTH CRYSTAL OF THE WEEK
If you want one of the rarest bismuth crystals in the world, here it is!!! It was amazing seeing this creation come forth from the molten bismuth. Simply massive in size at 566 grams, and 4 1/2” by 4 1/8” by 3”. It has gorgeous pastel colors of greens, pinks, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, browns and golds.
Facts and strange things about Bismuth - "I grow all my own bismuth crystals out of 99.99% pure bismuth. The growing time is about 1 hour. Ever drink Pepto-Bismol? Well if you have, then you’ve swallowed some bismuth. Don’t be afraid. Pharmaceutical applications are one of the main uses of bismuth. Bismuth is the 83rd element on the periodic table of elements. It sits just to the right of lead. Which means it is a bit heavier then lead. Because it is non-toxic, bismuth is now being substituted for lead in shot gun shells. No more contaminating our ponds with lead. Bismuth also has a low melting point which is why it is used in overhead sprinkler systems". [Read More]
devidsketchbook:

BISMUTH CRYSTAL OF THE WEEK
If you want one of the rarest bismuth crystals in the world, here it is!!! It was amazing seeing this creation come forth from the molten bismuth. Simply massive in size at 566 grams, and 4 1/2” by 4 1/8” by 3”. It has gorgeous pastel colors of greens, pinks, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, browns and golds.
Facts and strange things about Bismuth - "I grow all my own bismuth crystals out of 99.99% pure bismuth. The growing time is about 1 hour. Ever drink Pepto-Bismol? Well if you have, then you’ve swallowed some bismuth. Don’t be afraid. Pharmaceutical applications are one of the main uses of bismuth. Bismuth is the 83rd element on the periodic table of elements. It sits just to the right of lead. Which means it is a bit heavier then lead. Because it is non-toxic, bismuth is now being substituted for lead in shot gun shells. No more contaminating our ponds with lead. Bismuth also has a low melting point which is why it is used in overhead sprinkler systems". [Read More]
devidsketchbook:

BISMUTH CRYSTAL OF THE WEEK
If you want one of the rarest bismuth crystals in the world, here it is!!! It was amazing seeing this creation come forth from the molten bismuth. Simply massive in size at 566 grams, and 4 1/2” by 4 1/8” by 3”. It has gorgeous pastel colors of greens, pinks, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, browns and golds.
Facts and strange things about Bismuth - "I grow all my own bismuth crystals out of 99.99% pure bismuth. The growing time is about 1 hour. Ever drink Pepto-Bismol? Well if you have, then you’ve swallowed some bismuth. Don’t be afraid. Pharmaceutical applications are one of the main uses of bismuth. Bismuth is the 83rd element on the periodic table of elements. It sits just to the right of lead. Which means it is a bit heavier then lead. Because it is non-toxic, bismuth is now being substituted for lead in shot gun shells. No more contaminating our ponds with lead. Bismuth also has a low melting point which is why it is used in overhead sprinkler systems". [Read More]
devidsketchbook:

BISMUTH CRYSTAL OF THE WEEK
If you want one of the rarest bismuth crystals in the world, here it is!!! It was amazing seeing this creation come forth from the molten bismuth. Simply massive in size at 566 grams, and 4 1/2” by 4 1/8” by 3”. It has gorgeous pastel colors of greens, pinks, oranges, yellows, purples, blues, browns and golds.
Facts and strange things about Bismuth - "I grow all my own bismuth crystals out of 99.99% pure bismuth. The growing time is about 1 hour. Ever drink Pepto-Bismol? Well if you have, then you’ve swallowed some bismuth. Don’t be afraid. Pharmaceutical applications are one of the main uses of bismuth. Bismuth is the 83rd element on the periodic table of elements. It sits just to the right of lead. Which means it is a bit heavier then lead. Because it is non-toxic, bismuth is now being substituted for lead in shot gun shells. No more contaminating our ponds with lead. Bismuth also has a low melting point which is why it is used in overhead sprinkler systems". [Read More]
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2headedsnake:

Carol Carter
watercolors
2headedsnake:

Carol Carter
watercolors
2headedsnake:

Carol Carter
watercolors
2headedsnake:

Carol Carter
watercolors
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The Chill-Inducing Ceramic Sculptures of Ronit Baranga
The Chill-Inducing Ceramic Sculptures of Ronit Baranga
The Chill-Inducing Ceramic Sculptures of Ronit Baranga
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sawdustbear:

This little dude and his little shroomey habitat is currently available at Stranger Factory’s Winter Salon(purchase instructions are at the top of the page)! 
I love building these little diorama boxes, but there won’t be any more up for sale until next May(my show with Leslie Levings in Cannon Beach, OR)!
sawdustbear:

This little dude and his little shroomey habitat is currently available at Stranger Factory’s Winter Salon(purchase instructions are at the top of the page)! 
I love building these little diorama boxes, but there won’t be any more up for sale until next May(my show with Leslie Levings in Cannon Beach, OR)!
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dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
dogma-art:

Artist Yayoi Kusama in her studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo and back in the days in her New York studio.
Having suffered nervous disorders and hallucinations since childhood, Kusama has chosen to live in a Tokyo psychiatric hospital for the past 38 years, and has built herself a studio opposite. Health permitting, she still makes a daily journey from the hospital to her studio to paint. 
excerpts from Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots directed by Heather Lenz
http://bit.ly/1f48Y8V
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photojojo:

Photographer Yoni Lefevre was fascinated by how children depict their grandparents in drawings. Instead of the frailty we sometimes assume, kids see the exact opposite. 
In Grey Power, he recreates the vibrant illustrations as photographs. 
Kid’s Drawings of Grandparents Remade as Photos
via Swiss Miss
photojojo:

Photographer Yoni Lefevre was fascinated by how children depict their grandparents in drawings. Instead of the frailty we sometimes assume, kids see the exact opposite. 
In Grey Power, he recreates the vibrant illustrations as photographs. 
Kid’s Drawings of Grandparents Remade as Photos
via Swiss Miss
photojojo:

Photographer Yoni Lefevre was fascinated by how children depict their grandparents in drawings. Instead of the frailty we sometimes assume, kids see the exact opposite. 
In Grey Power, he recreates the vibrant illustrations as photographs. 
Kid’s Drawings of Grandparents Remade as Photos
via Swiss Miss
photojojo:

Photographer Yoni Lefevre was fascinated by how children depict their grandparents in drawings. Instead of the frailty we sometimes assume, kids see the exact opposite. 
In Grey Power, he recreates the vibrant illustrations as photographs. 
Kid’s Drawings of Grandparents Remade as Photos
via Swiss Miss
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razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
razorshapes:

Rebecca Reeve - Marjory’s World (I and II)
"The miracle of light pours over the green and brown expanse of saw grass and of water, shining and slowly moving, the grass and the water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass." — Marjory Stoneman Douglas 
Marjory’s World is a series made during my AIME residency in the Everglades in December 2012. It draws inspiration from a practice in late 1800s Holland, where-by during the wake of the deceased, it was customary to cover all the mirrors, landscape paintings and portraits in the home with cloths. It was believed this would make it easier for the soul to Leave the body and subdue any temptations to stay in this world. 
The ritual seemed, by extension, to be a confirmation of the deeply moving experience that one often feels in the natural environment, and thus provided me a Literal and contextual frame within which to shoot the Everglades. The curtains, all purchased from Goodwill and Salvation Army stores in south Florida, represent a ‘social fabric’ with a history already attached to them. In our increasingly urban existence that ever distances us from the wilderness experience, the drapes serve as visual connectors to the familiar. “
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installator:

"This is why Keith Haring got arrested numerous times." (publicdelivery.org) 
installator:

"This is why Keith Haring got arrested numerous times." (publicdelivery.org) 
installator:

"This is why Keith Haring got arrested numerous times." (publicdelivery.org) 
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dezeen:

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Baitogogo by Henrique Oliveira at Palais de Tokyo
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Baitogogo by Henrique Oliveira at Palais de Tokyo
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Baitogogo by Henrique Oliveira at Palais de Tokyo
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prostheticknowledge:

WAVES
Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:

[Link]

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:

[Link]
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
prostheticknowledge:

WAVES
Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:

[Link]

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:

[Link]
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
prostheticknowledge:

WAVES
Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:

[Link]

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:

[Link]
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
prostheticknowledge:

WAVES
Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:

[Link]

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:

[Link]
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
prostheticknowledge:

WAVES
Installation art piece by T.E. Raijmakers where circles are projected to visualize any sound produced within it’s space - video embedded below:

[Link]

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:

[Link]
You can find out more about the installation at openlight here
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likeafieldmouse:

Pierre Huyghe - L’Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (2002)
likeafieldmouse:

Pierre Huyghe - L’Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (2002)
likeafieldmouse:

Pierre Huyghe - L’Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (2002)
likeafieldmouse:

Pierre Huyghe - L’Expédition Scintillante, Act 2 (2002)