Jodi Rose, Singing Bridges Recordings
On this page you can find information about some other artists who make work exploring similar themes to Aeolus Online. Some make work that is directly activated by the wind or work at the intersection of sound and natural forces, and some make pieces that find new voices for domestic, everyday objects. These are artists whose work I find inspirational and which am personally aware of; it is not an exhaustive list, but a place to start for anyone interested in going further.
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Max Eastley is an internationally recognised artist who combines kinetic sculpture and sound into a unique art form. He is well known for his wind-powered sound sculptures.
Gordon Monaghan has made several aeolian installations involving wind-activated pianos connected to long strings.
Jodi Rose’ Singing Bridges project collects recordings of suspension bridges from around the world, turning them into instruments in a musical symphony.
Kathy is an audio-visual artist inspired by behaviours and phenomena found in nature and the everyday, working with sound, light, image, sculpture, location.
Hess’ book ‘Light as Air’ describes several works that sit at the boundary of sound and the natural world, including solar-powered sound circuits and works that respond to air pressure fluctuations.
Both these artists are masters of understated, minimal sound sculpture, often using simple objects like rocks, water and bowls of coloured powder, presented with sound from tiny speakers at low volume or directly struck by spinning motors.
Haroon Mirza makes sculptural assemblages using household electronics, vinyl and turntables, LEDs, furniture, video footage and existing artworks.