Sound SculpturesPosted on July 27th, 2012 by Lee Jarvis in Video Production
We’ve just come across an amazing video from an ad agency who worked on a project for Canon printers; even though the project was completed a while back now, the images they captured are mesmerizing and timeless. Sound Sculptures was devised by McGarry Bowen in collaboration with biochemist and photographer Linden Gledhill. They created surreal ‘sculptures’ by stretching a membrane across a speaker, pacing a few drops of color paint upon the membrane, and then playing sound through the speaker. They experimented with different frequencies and volumes, as well as different rates of capture for the still* and video imagery. The only technical info we could gather was that the stills were shot on a Canon 5D Mark II, with a Canon EF 100mm Macro IS USM lens.
The results are outstanding, and well worth sharing here on Media Match. Enjoy!
Also worth checking out is the ‘Making of’ video…
by Lee Jarvis.