Kenichi Kanazawa Colour Sound

Kenichi Kanazawa has created his own incredible visual art form of cymatic sound. Kenichi manipulates multicolored sand atop a steel tabletop to show off this phenomenon and show the geometry of sound. With his rubber mallet, Kenichi is able to create vibrations that produce patterns that fluctuate and change over time, resulting in stunning and intricate portraits of music and audio.

From high-pitched notes to low bass frequencies, Kenichi is able to demonstrate sound with captivating artwork. Kenichi not only fascinates viewers with his work but also educates them on the misunderstood spectrum of sound around them.

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