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sound.of.bottles-installation#3
2009
BY
WANG Chung-Kun
2009
mixed media
2009
mixed media
2009
mixed media
2009
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The ideas of creating the "Sound of Bottles" came from the sounds made by bottles when air is blown into them. A simple bottle has rich overtones whose frequencies can be changed through alteration of water levels, air flow or back-and-forth movement. With two bottles, the interference of the audio frequencies creates more effects. Electromagnetic gas valves control the tempos through the signals of 0 and 1 sent by an Arduino microcontroller board (the same principle is applied to the switches of appliances using alternating currents). Together with some other sounds recorded by digital tools in real-time, the bottles produce peculiar sound effects.

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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
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WANG Chung-Kun, 2009, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2011, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2010, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2010, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2009, Installation Art
WANG Chung-Kun, 2005, Installation Art