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Sound Architecture IV: Art Installation Made From 5,000 Bicycle Bells Sings With the Wind in the Netherlands

Posted By Ronald van der Meijs On March 27, 2012 @ 6:20 pm In Art,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Amsterdam-based artist Ronald van der Meijs [1] designs architectonical installations and sculptural art, and he just finished a project called Sound Architecture IV that is made from 5,000 repurposed bicycle [2] bells set on steel pins. As the wind picks up, the bells gently ring against one another, lending a visual and auditory component to invisible breezes. The installation is currently open in the art garden of the Anningahof Gallery [3] in Zwolle, the Netherlands.

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