There was some great work to be seen at Kinetica this year, hosted at The Hospital Club. With some insightful lectures and intriguing work it's no wonder there has been a fair amount of model making in the studio of late. There are still a few pieces on show if you're in the mood for some interactive art.
An afternoon full of contemplation and the restorative powers of the landscape as a meditative tool...... One of the most relaxing applications in recents weeks. Thinking, feeling and writing while revisiting 'The Breath Beneath'.
Mirror City Timelapse by Michael Shainblum
What happens to mercury when it is exposed to various sound frequencies? This does.
Nick Moore placed a blob of quicksilver in the path of various sound waves between 10 and 120 Hz and then pressed record. What you’re seeing here, in slow motion, are three-dimensional standing waves forming in the mercury. The higher the frequency, the more “nodes” that form.
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