Swing is a sound ensemble sculpture that considers the relationship between momentum and the physicality of sound. Each sculpture has a different sound. Sounds are created from metal, bearings, almonds, tiny scrap metals, marbles, coins, red beans and rice. There is a particular object in each pair of metal domes. Visitors are invited to swing the metal domes to create their own composition.
Liew Niyomkarn (b1987) is an artist who works with sound, sculpture and electronic circuit.
Liew’s work is known for its ecstatic and unpredictable event. Often expresses a sensory of flexibility and impermanence behavior. Her works ranges from music composition, the visual arts, instrument design and real-time performance. Liew seeks to discover new ways to engage physiological responses associated with sound and space.She received MFA in Experimental Sound Practices from Calarts and currently lives in Los Angeles.
LiewSwing-2 from Liew Niyomkarn on Vimeo.