daniel_palacios_waves_01How does sound move?

Daniel Palacios, Spanish multimedia artist, gives us one the most authentic demonstration of the visualisation of moving sound. The art work called “Waves” is made up of a long piece of rope generating 3D waves, which are floating in space by the physical action of its movement. At the same time those visual waves create a typical sound by cutting through the air. The movement of the rope is affected by the audience which moves around the installation, generating visual and acoustic sound waves from harmonic patterns to complex ones.

An absolutely astonishing and beautiful installation. Hope I get to see it live some day.

Enjoy the video.

Waves from Daniel Palacios on Vimeo.


A little more about PJ...

MA student in Museology at École du Louvre, Paris. BA in Art History at University of Vienna. Mainly interested in Digital Humanities and Contemporary Art as well as creative & critical content from various fields such as Urban Societies, Cyberculture, Alternative Economic Systems and Ecological Engineering.

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