90% Water is a sculptural installation which uses water, sound and silence to create a hypnotic, ever changing pool for reflection, contemplation and intrigue. I created a 20min track which plays on a loop. The track consists of sounds and ...Read More
This audio-visual scientific art project - founded by Jan Zehn in 1999 - focusses on the development of creative art tools and instruments for cymatics based spatial image and sound design and animation. Understanding Cymatics as the basical process of creating ...Read More
Using computer visualization software, Mark Fischer transforms mysterious underwater calls of cetaceans (whales and dolphins) into "wavelets": visual readings of the sounds' volume, harmonics, frequencies and rhythms. The result are stunning ripples of printed color or animated soundscapes, revealing the ...Read More
2500 thousand years ago Pythagoras walked by a blacksmith’s workshop and through the clang and din he heard musical notes. More specifically, he heard intervals – perfect fifths, thirds and fourths. Had he been Archimedes, he would have shouted Eureka ...Read More
- Written by David Green.
- Posted on June 8, 2010.