'Sounding' derives from the book Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, and is an evocation of the bygone crafts of sailing and whaling and the struggles of men at sea, and also from its powerful and ever-relevant dissection of monomania.Read More
The triptych installation covers three glass cabinets containing speaker cones that slowly move plants up and down, adding a low kinetic frequency to their atmosphere.Read More
A sound art and design product which plays the sounds from a Finnish forest, bringing audible and tactile nature closer to our daily livesRead More
A musical instrument and a measuring device, exploring the internal frequencies of the performer as a musical accompaniment.Read More
Can a lump of iron ore become an electric coil, and transmit sound through a stone? The installation 'Skala' was made for the Palm Room in the Plant House of Bergen´s Botanical Gardens. On the path between the palms, a copper-wound iron meteorite laid in a display case of wood, glass and metal. Sound signals were transmitted into the copper wire and then set off vibrations in the stone. The slight vibrations resonated in the metal plate on which it stood, and the sound became acoustically audible. The meteorite sent low-key sounds out into the space.
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An easy to use ultra narrow directional audio beam can blast sound directly into your ears from across the room without anyone else hearing it.Read More
The naturally resonant acoustic properties of a large glass jar are amplified, creating a feedback monody by varying the distance between speaker and microphone. As the components continually move closer and further away from each other, we encounter a system that offers no resolution.Read More