»Heart Beats Dust« by Jean Dupuy / Ralph Martel | i |
 
creators: Jean Dupuy / Ralph Martel
title: Heart Beats Dust
material:

Dust, plywood, glass, light, electronic equipment.
632 × 632 × 2212 mm

artwork type: installation
Description

This work won the 1968 competition of the E.A.T. and was shown at The Machine, as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age.

It consists of a glass cube in which a rubber membrane vibrates to the rhythm of the recorded sound of a human heart beating and by thust thrusting red dust into a cone of light.

The engineer behind this of this piece was Martel, Ralph.

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Comments
anonymous
posted 4 months ago
Where is the wood-faced version of this work?
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