We make noise

From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs

From Here to Ear (v. 13) is the thirteenth iteration of an installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Primarily a sensory experience, the exhibit is meant to engage both visually and audibly as 40 finches hop delicately through a dense matrix created from hundreds of metal hangers causing vibrations and clinks that mix with the birds natural songs. (via colossal)

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7 thoughts on “We make noise

  1. We have a batch of birds who insist on making nests on our security cameras each year. They have two sets of babies then are finished. The singing of the babies and mommy can clearly be heard on the monitor all day and night.

  2. It is interesting but I have raised finches and I think that the added noise made by the hangers is a terrible disturbance and nuisance to the birds. Their hearing is much sharper than ours. So I am adding a sour note because I do not like to see living things used as objects. Shame on that artist !
    Yes Tammy in the home birds like those make their nests where they think it is convenient to them, not us! I was unable to use a ceiling light fixture all one Summer when two of my finches decided to use the inverted glass dish as their nest. They raised babies in there. And yes that the sound of their voices is delightful – but that “installation” is not good at all. Shame also on the curator of the gallery who should never have permitted such stuff.

    HENCE, I DO NOT LIKE. Vera

  3. It does look kind of like a nightmare for the birds. I was hoping at the start that they weren’t real! Thanks for sharing though!
    p.s. I , too, had finches for awhile, and tried to put twigs once in their cage to give them something fun . .I thought. They were scared and not happy with the change!

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