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Toshinori Kondo, "Blow the Earth Tsukuba "Japan Link to photos and a video by Rory Merry

Michael Pestel  

November 7 (Sat) 11: 30

A deconstructed piano in two parts forms the basis of Resonance, a hands-on

work that invites the public to explore its sounds-in-nature. One part seeks to

evoke the inaudible sounds of seismic forces - sliding tectonic plates and other

vibrations - that move continuously beneath the biosphere in which we live.

The other part of Resonance – the upright piano frame – connects directly with

the surrounding environment. In this sense, Resonance is a 'non-site' sculpture

with site-specific connections – birds, water, trees and plants, as well as human

activities and forms – in the immediate environment.



Wood, steel, wire, glass block, bamboo, felt, screws, stone, etc.

150cm x 175cm x 85cm

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