Simple objects make for epic art installations of sound and movement
The Swiss artist Zimoun is best known for his sound sculptures, in which he uses materials such as cardboard, wooden sticks, cotton balls and small electric motors to create rich, ambient soundscapes. Through these intricate arrangements of simple objects, Zimoun endeavours to ‘articulate a tension between the orderly patterns of Modernism and the chaotic forces of life’. This compilation video, which is regularly updated with new works, features a vast array of Zimoun’s visually and sonically entrancing installations as featured in art museums and galleries across the globe.
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