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This artwork features a large membrane hanging in the exhibition space which is vibrated by the sound of the viewer’s blood flow detected in real time. Music can be played by controlling the vibration through variations of tension in the membrane. It is an attempt to produce something different to a string or tympanic instrument, a giant musical space that coexists with the environment.
©2013 Mari Ohno and Kosuke Nagata All Rights Reserved.
Born in 1984 in Tokyo, she is currently enrolled at the Department of Musical Creativity and the Environment at Tokyo University of the Arts.
Born in 1990 in Aichi Prefecture, he is currently completing a graduate degree majoring in architecture at Tokyo University of the Arts.
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