Vibrating Sound Architecture Arrives in Downtown New York
What's vibrating, neon pink, and stuffed in a storefront gallery in New York City's Nolita neighborhood? A sound-based installation by innovative studio THEVERYMANY at Storefront for Art and Architecture.
The installation, which fill the street-level space, collapses sound, light, shape, and color into object with sensory behaviors, so that is responds to stimulus provided by visitors.
The installation is a lightweight, self-supported shell structure composed of twenty spheres of incremental diameters. Its 1,673 unique parts add up to 168,520 square inches of surface area.
The amorphous pink structure is augmented by artist Jana Winderen‘s engineered sounds and a series of embedded transducers that hook up to light sources inside.
See Situation NY at Storefront for Architecture at 97 Kenmare Street, through November 21, 2014.