People walk over an interactive installation called "Onskebronn", Norwegian for wishing well, at a central station in Berlin, Germany. Sound and movement are triggered by pedestrians as they step onto the platform. The installation is created by German Sven Beyer of the performing arts group "Phase 7"
Music made visible, by Matt Booth. He uses song data to create visual representations of the music. I love the ideas of reinterpreting sounds as visual art, and of using data to determine color and composition.
7 fun science experiments for kids to SEE the sound -- it is hard for kids to understand the concept that sound is wave, these activities make it easier for them to grasp the concept and learn science study skills. Wonderful STEM project ideas for school, home, and homeschool.
Beauty (1993) From the exhibition Take your time: Olafur Eliasson, installation view at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gently falling mist from the overhead sprinklers produce iridescent effects as the light is diffracted on the tiny droplets of water as it descends. Other than the light and the mist the room is empty.
German artist Martin Klimas uses splatters of paint positioned on a scrim over a speaker. By turning up the volume, the vibration of the speaker sends the paint dancing as he shoots it through the lens of his Hasselblad camera.