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#installation #sewing #sound #video

Sewing Machine Orchestra

April 6, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Sewing Machine Orchestra is a sound and light performance by Canadian artist Martin Messier. The eight 1940-1950s Singer sewing machines are interlinked with a micro-controller system without need for human interaction. I found myself wishing the video was a minute or two longer, but impressive nonetheless.

Update: Found a longer clip on YouTube that includes an interview (in French) with the artist:

(via triangulation)

#installation #sewing #sound #video

 

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