Experimental art installation designed for the Interactive Art Fest at West London University in 2019.
Wunderkammer aims to unveils the true substance of things normally inaudible and invisible.  
Visual and aural patterns are endlessy generated by tiny ripples of water filling a concave aluminium panel vibrating through its resonant modes.
Sinusoidal waveforms corresponding to the natural resonant frequencies of the material are used to vibrate a membrane attached to circular metal plate. The water works as a three-dimensional sculpture mass that translates sounds into visual elements. 
All the vibrations across the plate generate always different watery sounds and images in response to the respective sound impulse - from chaotic patterns to standing waves. 

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