Résonances cristallines

Résonances cristallines

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Résonances cristallines Climatic installation, interactive to the sun with sound. «Résonances cristallines» is a sonorous artwork composed of crystalline shapes suspended in a tree. Each crystal resonates according to the rays of the sun light. Along the branches, each element produces different notes depending on the intensity and orientation of the sun. This work is sensitive to the evolution of the weather and generates sound variations during the day. Like a singular metallophone, the crystals contain resonators inside. The electronic creates the vibration and the solar devices are autonomous. Each one has the ability to emit a vibratory note when the sunlight illuminates them. Each crystal is illuminated differently throughout the day. According to the position of the sun and the weather, the sunlight illuminates and activates the resonators. The singular chimes of «Résonances cristallines» are also punctuated by instant of silence at the passage of clouds. More informations and video: www.scenocosme.com/resonances_cristallines_e.htm Artistic process hybridizations between nature and digital technology As media artists, Scenocosme: Grégory Lasserre & Anaïs met den Ancxt, explore capacities of technologies in order to draw sensitive relationships through specific stagings where senses are augmented. Their works came from possible hybridizations between the living world and technology which meeting points incite them to invent sensitive and poetic languages.