mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura
mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura
jun 01, 2010

mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura

image: malgorzata opalaaudiochmura or audio cloud is a sonic installation by the polish architecture studio mode:lina that emits sounds through corrugated pipes. the project was inspired by artist piotr adamski’s concept of sonic architcture developed with mode:lina. the cloud-like installation uses the long tangle of corrugated pipes to amplify sounds. these sounds are sourced from a variety places and include raindrops and birds. the collection of sounds form an invisible city that is intended to be installed in cities to drown out atmospheric noise. users simply pull one of the pipes up to their ear to hear the noise. because all the pipes look the same, it is unknown which sound they will hear.

mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura image: malgorzata opala

mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura image: malgorzata opala

mode:lina architektura & consulting: audiochmura image: malgorzata opala

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