Drifting Patterns

Drifting Patterns (2014)

“Drifting Patterns” is the physical outcome of a research on alternative energy sources and how these can be used in a kinetic sound installation. Following the lead of Heron’s water and wind machines, “Drifting Patterns” is a wind organ in which kinetic energy is converted into pneumatic pressure. This pressure is used to play a number of organ pipes divided over five objects which are placed in the landscape. The result is an ongoing and constantly varying sound composition in which complexity emerges between the shifting patterns of the sound sculptures.

Nina Albada Jelgersma Photography

Picture at the bottom is taken by Nina Albada Jelgersma Photography at TodaysArt Festival, Scheveningen.

Concept & Realization “Drifting Patterns”: Marco Broeders, Jeroen Molenaar and Joris Strijbos.

“Drifting Patterns” is co-produced by TodaysArt and Oerol and is realized with the generous support of Stichting Stokroos.