Carsten Nicolai – Particle Noise

Carsten Nicolai - Particle Noise

Carsten Nicolai’s sound installation “Particle Noise” uses Geiger counters to measure radiation flow inside the exhibition, distributing them in space via a four-channel sound system. True to the artist’s form, the work is another example of otherwise unnoticeable phenomena shifting to become an audible soundtrack of our surrounding environment.

Via: Pace Gallery



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