Aside from creating a sound bite to accompany an image, there are many artists working through a more scientific means of creating work. ‘Sound Sculpture’ is a series of images that have been created through the use of sound waves. The sound wave, when passed through the speaker causes the paint droplet to jump up in beautiful organic shapes and patterns depending on what music is being played. In a fraction of a second a high speed camera captures this; something we couldn’t see with the naked eye. The images, created by Linden Glendill are being used for a series of Canon advertisements.
Here is a short video detailing the methods behind this beautiful yet scientific art and clips of the paint ‘dancing’ in slow motion.