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Interacting With Plants To Make Polyphonic Music
Record label, journal, and event producers Data Garden are always seeking to elevate traditional music distribution and find new connections between art, science, and technology. Their latest installation, Quartet, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is a bio-reactive, plant-controlled work of aural art, wherein participants can create original quadrophonic compositions based on their interactions with plants.
Listen:
<a href=”http://store.datagarden.org/album/quartet-live-at-the-philadelphia-museum-of-art” data-mce-href=”http://store.datagarden.org/album/quartet-live-at-the-philadelphia-museum-of-art”>Quartet: Live at The Philadelphia Museum of Art by Data Garden</a>

hypna:

Interacting With Plants To Make Polyphonic Music

Record label, journal, and event producers Data Garden are always seeking to elevate traditional music distribution and find new connections between art, science, and technology. Their latest installation, Quartet, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is a bio-reactive, plant-controlled work of aural art, wherein participants can create original quadrophonic compositions based on their interactions with plants.

Listen:

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Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew-Soaked Dandelions by Sharon Johnstone

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From now on its only about what I want, I won’t have my decisions be influenced by anyone’s feelings but my own.

From now on its only about what I want, I won’t have my decisions be influenced by anyone’s feelings but my own.

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Photographs by Martin Klimas  

“For this series, Klimas spent six months and about 1,000 shots to produce the final images from his studio in Düsseldorf, Germany. The resulting images are Klimas’s attempt to answer the question ‘What does music look like?’”

Love that.

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connecting with my inner Aubrey.

connecting with my inner Aubrey.

Dance Marathon

Dance Marathon

My dawg

My dawg