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    “Capturing Resonance” by sculptor Soo Sunny Park | Created by inserting thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing.

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    • Jung Won Hwang

      Soo Sunny Park, Capturing Resonance, Collaboration with Spencer Topel (sound) (2011) Brazed chain link fence, Plexiglass, natural light, HolosonicAudio Spotlight panels, low-frequency bass exciters, motion sensor, computer

    • Elena Caíñas

      sculptor soo sunny park, "capturing resonance" art installation. chain link fence with inserted acrylic squares.

    • Rosemary House

      "Captureing Resonance" by sculptor Soo Sunny Park and composer Spencer Topel. Chain link fencing with colored acrylic squares that provide reflections like glass.

    • Thomas Grimsley

      Capturing Resonance ~ sculptor Soo Sunny Park composer Spencer Topel. Thousands of acrylic plastic squares inserted into chain link fencing. Installed in a window-filled space, the changing light of day creates a constantly evolving palette of color, shadows, reflection. Also features an instrumental musical composition activated by motion sensors, so the sound is ever-changing as well.

    • Sara Gedo

      Sunny Park & Spencer Topel have created this beautiful sound and sculpture installation made of chain link fencing! See more photos of "Capturing Resonance" at >> Has to be the best use of chain link fencing I have ever seen. So beautiful! Imagine it in the outside light!

    • Laliqueheart

      Capturing Resonance: Soo Sunny Park and Spencer Topel at DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA - iridescent Plexiglass tiles inserted into a chain link fence

    • B Ropata-Te Hei

      Capturing Resonance, chain link fence art. "In collaboration with sound artist Spencer Topel, sculptor Soo Sunny Park has created a radiant interactive installation that audibly responds to movement."Photo credit: Peter Harris Studio

    • Erin Dugat

      “Capturing Resonance” by sculptor Soo Sunny Park | Created by inserting thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing.. How cool would this be to have in a house with a cool sky light!

    • Lesley Freedom

      “Capturing Resonance” by sculptor Soo Sunny Park.  Park created the undulating textile by inserting thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing. In this window-filled space, changing lighting makes the piece a constantly evolving palette of color, shadows and reflection. The installation also includes an audio element created by composer Spencer Topel, a dreamy, elegant composition activated by motion sensors so the sound is ever-changing and layered like its iridescent muse.

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