"Blue Bottle Love" ... let the water loose it's still form
Tomoko Sauvage has been investigating the sound and visual properties of water in different states, as well as ceramics, combined with electronics. Chinese bowls of different sizes, filled with water and amplified by hydrophones (underwater microphones), the waterbowls are a kind of natural synthesizer that generates a timbre of fluids using waves, drops and bubbles. These receivers resonate and also produce underwater feedback, an acoustic phenomenon that requires delicate adjustment depending on the amount of water, a subtle volume control and interaction with the acoustic space. Through primordial materials and playful gestures, Tomoko Sauvage seeks a fragile balance between randomness and discipline, chaos and order.
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