17.02.15 by Jeff

Sound Installation: Zimoun 250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8 km rope

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New sound installation by Swiss artist Zimoun (previously featured here and here), at Knockdown Center, in New York. The exhibition is part of 3 concurrent solo exhibitions in New York (Bitforms gallery NYC, Knockdown Center NYC, and Simons Gallery for Geometry and Physics at the Stony Brook University). Zimoun often utilizes cotton balls and cardboard boxes but this piece is made of rope and wood.

Love to experience this piece in person. Watch the video below.


 

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