This sculpture features speakers hidden inside decorative bells. I made the music in SuperCollider. The program synthesize tones based on bells, and can be set to loop any number of times. For each loop, the computer chooses a “root” note, rhythm and melody, and whether it triggers other sounds (a trickling water sound, gongs, or ghostly whistles). The "root" note gradually moves up and down in each loop, so you may hear something bright and sparkly, then come back in five minutes and hear something dark and murky.
• MoxiePOP, Greenville, NC – 6-14-17