These 19 inflating aluminum cushions are powered by Arduino


Nineteen by Nils Völker on display at M0Bi – Groningen.


Artist Nils Völker has created a soundscape using golden aluminum cushions to contrast the industrial appearance of its surrounding temporary art space built from shipping containers in Groningen, The Netherlands. The installation — which is aptly called Nineteen — uses custom electronics, computer cooling fans and an Arduino to rhythmically inflate and deflate the 19 large mylar foil cushions. See it in action below!

 

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