Last month we featured the talented Bern-based Studio Zimoun and their wonderful sound sculptures. The studio's latest offering is no exception. Introducing thier first permanent installation, Zimoun closely collaborated with architect Hannes Zweifel, producing a large, towering mechanical sound sculpture inside a beautiful abandoned toluene tank from 1951, located in Dottikon, Switzerland.
The installation presents a complex kinetic sound sculpture, this time with 329 DC-motors and cotton balls arranged meticulously throughout the interior fabric of the space, producing a stunningly stark appearance and hypnotic hum.
I'm happy this is a permanent installation, as it gives me time to get out there and see it for myself. Great work.
→ Watch the Toluene Tank installation video