Seeing sound, the art of Kenichi Kanazawa

Making sound visible was a means to understand the physics of sound. This study is termed as cymatics, a field that was ventured by the renowned Ernest Cladni in the 18th century. Turning science into art, Kanazawa chose to perform his experiments using two key apparatus, the steel plate and the rubber mallet. […]

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Designs that breathe

Doris Sung is an architect whose passion is driven by her intent to create a dynamic and living architecture. While there are precedents to the kind of material experimentation that is carried out in her studio, Bloom is a project completed at a scale of an architecture that takes in account its site context, layout and form to effectively breathe. […]

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Aetheric Plexus (Broken X) by Marco Fusinato

Sound is an extensive subject. For Marco Fusinato, whose works revolve around the experimentation of disorganized sound as music, this installation is another extension to interrogate the role and effect that noise has on viewers in a conventional setting of a gallery. The noise created is neither a constant nor a build-up leading to a peak of a rhythmic sequence. It comes unexpectedly, similar to that of a sudden assault […] […]

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