One minute soundsculpture

Published October 19, 2009 by Molly

If you ever wondered what it’s like to be a synaesthete, this video might provide a vicarious experience. Daniel Franke’s “One Minute Soundsculpture” is exactly that (actually, a minute and six seconds): a video scored by Ryoji Ikeda and filled with visual shenanigans that correspond to the soundtrack. We don’t know how he did it, but it’s mesmerizing.

Daniel Franke is a Berlin-based artist, designer and filmmaker who participates in We Are Chopchop, a community of media artists making mischief in the form of video, generative animated shorts and kinetic sculpture. Explore the work here, and watch Franke’s sound sculpture above.

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3 comments so far

  1. evie says:

    Awesome.
    It looks alive.

  2. stark says:

    this is the closest depiction i’ve seen so far… it gets that the colors part is actually secondary to seeing the motion in the music.

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