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Wasn’t there long enough to see this - amazing man made rain in a room is now at the MOMA PS1!!
my #fashion week trend spot - analogue faders, colours, buttons and lines - 💜💛💜 - i love old things, especially the old grandad selling this bb! - gawk**^^ - equipment from the 70s are way more visionary than designs made today, oui non?
Mount Kimbie – You Took Your Time (ft. King Krule)
From the new album ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’ out May 27 via Warp Records.
i love these non-intrusive graffiti sculptures. I think i might’ve seen this at boxhagnerstrasse, berlin. Love!
Galileo Galilei - The Great Starry Messenger, 1610
great new ones from Landon Metz
the smaller framed pieces will be on view at Cooper Cole Gallery (Toronto) from May 1st through the 25th.
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Andreas Nicolas Fischer - Schwarm-VIII-07200-32; generative software; 2013
just because we stop talking about an issue, doesnt mean it’s gone. see yourself and your impact on the world around u —- wander wonder wednesday #love
For 4 days in april 2012 Soundwalk Collective also collaborated with Berghain (a former power plant in Berlin converted into to a club which is also currently our stable of choice for a quality night of aural assault) for a sound project called “Last Beat”. This experiment was carried out by sending frequencies and rhythm patterns to the sound system of the club between 98bd SPL and 108db SPL and thereafter a series of custom made contact mics were used to capture the vibrations and harmonics that resonated off the structures like pipes, handrails, walls and air ducts in the building. In turn it’s like using the building as an instrument itself.
The Collective is preparing a double-album split in three parts:
I. Raw Vibrations & Resonances
II. Treated Vibrations & Resonances
III. Rhythm Sequenced dancefloor friendly tracks, composed solely with the collected sounds of the shaking and resonating architectural structure of Berghain.