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Instrument for Unsent Letters

Artist Rebecca Adorno has created this wonderful art installation, based on anonymous letters written on her project blog. She writes:

The installation consists of five custom made string instruments and a type writer, which will act as an interface for the interaction. The typewriter will be wired in such way that each key will correspond to a servo motor and each servo motor will correspond to a string in the instruments.

Her blog is still open to submissions, and you can see additional photos of the piece here.

Great work, Rebecca!


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1 Comment

  1. This is somewhat like the selectric typewriter-piano contraption used by the band invisible here in greensboro, nc.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zsIDuwbxhk

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