Monday, 18 February 2013

Green stars forming up the constellation of Cassiopeia. As time goes by, the stars melt and drops down. The star are made by glowing in the dark ice cubes with small contact microphones. As the ice melts, water drops hits a plate also hooked up with mics. What you hear is the sound from the melting process, water dripping, ice crystal structure cracking and stars falling. It is shown in x16 speed as the whole process took around 45 minutes