Listen To Shifting Tectonic Plates With In-House Microphones
Nine geological microphones embedded into the foundation of artist Doug Aitken's house allow guests to listen to the shifting tectonic plates.
Nine geological microphones are embedded in the foundation of artist Doug Aitken’s high-concept design home in Venice, California. They give guests a new way of tapping into natural sounds, allowing them to listen live to shifting tectonic plates, tides and traffic through speakers around the house. The house’s aesthetic is described as “Acid Modernism” and it is a warm, organic and hallucinatory space full of unique features. NY Times describes the microphones:
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