This artwork looks like an organic life-form, similar to fern, grown out of a new era. If you carefully pluck on one round ornament, a sound similar to a guitar will be audible. Therefore the title of the sculpture was chosen as 'Sound flower'. It is sculpture and musical instrument in one. An interesting experience and journey for at least 3 of your senses.
Title: "Golden sound flower",
Numbers produced: UNIQUE,
Dimensions: Length 25cm, Width 22cm, Height 18m
The mentioned 3 senses:
1) Sight or vision is the capability of the eyes to focus and detect images of visible light and generate electrical nerve impulses for varying colours, hues, and brightness. Visual perception is how the brain processes these impulses – recognising, differentiating and interpreting visual stimuli through comparison with experiences made earlier in life.
2) Hearing, or audition, is the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding medium through time, through an organ such as the ear. As with sight, auditory processing relies on how the brain interprets, recognises and differentiates sound stimuli.
3) Touch, or somatosensory, is a perception resulting from activation of neural receptors, generally in the skin including hair follicles and a variety of pressure receptors respond to variations in pressure (firm, brushing, sustained, etc.).