A carpenter's workshop transforms the sounds of working wood (cutting, sawing, and fixing together) into genuine small objects with the help of a "sound lathe". This machi
ne records audio data coming from real hand-working processes and mixes them with the dust, sawdust and sounds of the workshop to produce unique, one-off, often flawed objects that become a sort of material souvenir of how we construct furniture.
interview, concept, editing: ella esque
clean work you have here.
it's good not just radiant!
im so glad this *** is in hq
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