As a drawing instrument(s) that records sounds never seen before

Olafur Eliasson Spatial Vibrations

The 19th century harmonized version is part of Studio Olafur Eliasson’s space and sound correlation survey. The two side pendants mounted at right angles to each other are moved and their ends are connected by a hinge arm. At the point of connection, paste a pen. Adjustable weight is fixed on each pendulum so that the speed of movement can be changed. Installed on the gimbal, the third pendulum, the top of a small wooden platform, the rotation movement. A piece of paper is attached to the platform; the pen records the synthetic rhythm of the circular motion onto the horizontal plane (Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, 2008). The endless study of the vibration of the single-stringed instrument through two pens with the arm of the sound vibration will be converted into graphics, the sound recorded on the rotating paper. This is the 19th-century invention of the update, known as the Harmony Chart.The sound vibrates into a tangible object. It’s almost like building a model. By changing the chord into a spatial shape, this experiment can be developed into a broad spatial layout (Grey, 2008). According to this principle, I included the sound near UTS to draw the picture, like a record around the same sound around a record. As the volume increases and the distance between the center are also larger, the color is deeper.

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