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Space macro sounds: Macrocosm: Susi Sie

Space macro sounds: Macrocosm: Susi Sie

We see the new work sent in by Susi Sie. A visual artist poli posted at the blog, focused in macro recordings using 100mm optics. Macrocosm portrays the premise of illustrating the sounds of a comet in outer space. A series of ink and water exercises. Not particularly digital as we all might see in the blog, but truly inspiring to all the fluid and simulation community that follow us. 

In October 2014, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta Plasma Consortium discovered that comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was, in effect, singing. That strange sound was sampled and remixed by sound designer and musician Clemens Haas, and in turn, visualized in a new video by Berlin-based fluid artist Susi Sie. In Macrocosm, Sie shoots and edits together a series of black-and-white microscopic shots using a Canon 5D and 100mm macro lens, combining the visuals with the mysterious recording. 
Susi Sie (vimeo)
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