97 polysiloxane hoses

April 19th, 2010

“97 polysiloxane hoses” is the latest sound installation by Zimoun. He developed this piece together with Daniel Imboden. 97 polysiloxane hoses are drilled through a table top. The compressed air flowing through the small tubes, makes them move randomly and generate an unique sound.

10 Responses to “97 polysiloxane hoses”

  1. jamie Says:

    lol.. this is kind of creepy.

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  3. bill Says:

    waste of time

  4. Hwangchung Says:

    Sounds like rain.

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  7. robweeve Says:

    would make a great wall covering

  8. laval_mosley Says:

    jeez, what a waste of air… :)

  9. Stef Says:

    saw this at the kunstmuseum liechtenstein and this piece is super. you have to see it in reality and you get the real impression, this video looks nice but won’t transport more than 25% of what is going on in the installation.

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