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SUN BOXES

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Sun Boxes  are installations by Craig Colorusso powered by the sun via solar panels. There is a different loop set to play a guitar note in each box continuously. These guitar notes collectively make a Bb chord. Because the loops are different in length, once the piece begins they continually overlap and the piece slowly evolves over time.

The sounds of Sun Boxes have been described as both soothing and energizing. A unique combination of adjectives often used to describe yoga, or meditation. When experiencing the piece, Sun Boxes allows the participant to slow down, and notice the subtleties of the composition unfold. With the abundance of technology and hustle of this culture it is a much needed concept to not only be allowed, but also encouraged to slow down.

CATEGORIES:   WISDOM + BOOKS + FILM + MUSIC , ART, ENVIRONMENT + ART, NATURE, TECHNOLOGY,

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Posted by DESIGN SQUISH on June 22, 2010


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 on  06/23  at  09:02 PM

You can probably leave thie installation in the desert to run on its own energy for a long time until it starts to decompose. In a way it becomes a living organism.

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