The installation called "Architecture of Sound" by Ronald van der Meijs from Amsterdam consists of a whole range of bicycle bells positioned very close to each other on steel pins. As the wind blows, one bicycle bell slowly hits another and rings it. When you walk around in the garden, an invisible breeze that contains an auditory component appears. This work, which is exhibited in Zwolle city of the Netherlands, offers an audio visual experience to its visitors within its context.

The installation consists of 5500 chrome bicycle bells and mimics the form of the area that it sits on, namely from nature.

The highest of the steel pins is 1 meter high. Visitors can physically interact with the work with all his senses while walking around the area.


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