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Folkert, Atley and Will

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“Sound travels as compression waves through gases and liquids. Stable in its immateriality it remains true to its original data. Here sound input has a stronger power over a flow field. It creates waves that propagate through the fluid. When two sound waves run towards each other, they collide and interfere with each other's patterns. A snapshot of this collision is translated into a 3D model and produced with a milling machine.” —Eva Schindling

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