‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009norwegian artist kristoffer myskja specializes in creating small machines that perform a variety of tasks, including playing the rim of wine glasses. ‘interference machine’ sits a top a small pedestal and slowly spins in circles, rubbing the top of two glasses to create a high-pitched noise. the machine is made from small brass and other metal components that are powered by a motor. the motor spins the main gears and this triggers the two arms to swing around. each arm is counter-weighted and rubs the glass rim with a soft piece of material.

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kristoffer myskja: interference machine ‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009

kristoffer myskja: interference machine ‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009

kristoffer myskja: interference machine ‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009

kristoffer myskja: interference machine ‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009

kristoffer myskja: interference machine ‘interference machine’ by kristoffer myskja, 2009