Got plans to visit Canada anytime soon? The Museum London in London, Ontario, will be hosting the exhibit “Sounds Assembling: Communication and the Art of Noise.” The artwork includes glass panels etched with waveforms corresponding to spoken word (Artist: James Joynes) and a hand-cranked musical device that plays notes corresponding to the noise of insects (Artist: Kevin Curtis Norcross).
The exhibit runs until September 10, 2017. For more information check out the museum website.
Editor Note: Reminded me of PhD lab with Arnold Tubis. In one of the lessons in acoustics he demonstrated the formation of chladni patterns on a musical saw.