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Kong.Qi – installation#2
2010
BY
WANG Chung-Kun
2010
mixed media
220x15x15 (cm)
2010
mixed media
220x15x15 (cm)
2010
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This device is the second version of “Kong.Qi”, which is created to find other possible ways to discuss the human’s sense toward sound apart from hearing. Sound is produced from vibration, and is transmits through specific mediums, ‘air’ is the premier medium to human’s hearing, but, from daily life experience, we are able to find out we are able to sense the sound not only from hearing, when experiencing the ground shaking caused from a passing by heavy truck, as well the low frequency sound produced in the concert, our body can also be a medium to sound. “Kong.Qi #2” is exactly designed to increase this sort of sense, there are twelve electromagnetic valves arranged vertically, which are used to sense blowing and voicing, through the infrared-rays sensor, twelve valves can change the tempo of voicing. The idea is to use the air to produce a direct sense of feeling that is stronger than what the sound can offer along, and to give the audients a sort of smooth yet humour attack.

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9 artworks / 41 exhibition
New Media Art , Installation Art
Born in 1982, Taipei-based Chung-Kun WANG works across media art in the development of sound, sculpture, video, kinetic art and installation. He has created various forms of machinery that have consistently maintained an intriguing purity and pecu ...
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WANG Chung-Kun, 2011, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2010, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2009, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2011, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2005, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2009, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2009, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2010, Installation Art