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An Aeolian device created by Max Eastley, 2011

Abstract

This aeolian device was created by Max Eastley for Audiograft 2011. Set in the grounds of the Richard Hamilton Building at Oxford Brookes, it was created from strands of latex which were activated by the activity of the wind in the area. The device remained in place for several weeks, until the latex perished and it no longer worked.

Subjects

installation, device, sound art,

Attachments

Authors

Eastley, Max

Contributors

Research Group: Sonic Art Research Unit

Oxford Brookes departments

School of Arts

Dates

Year: 2011


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