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Zimoun's '240 prepared dc-motors, cardboard boxes 60x20x20cm' takes over the galleries of Borusan Contemporary.
150 motorized sculptures (and the mechanical sounds they make) turn a high-ceilinged atrium into an industrial concert hall.
Zimoun's new large-scale work is blowing in the wind... of 64 ventilator motors.
Inside Zimoun's '250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8km rope,' the artist's largest site-specific installation in the US ever.
Zimoun's latest exhibition will have you yelling at packing boxes to "open up this pit!"
Nils Völker's site-specific installation "Ninety Six" turns plastic bags into pulsating creatures.
This is what it looks like if the innards of a Staples were possessed over night.
Sound artist, Zimoun, made headphones using cotton balls, cardboard boxes, and 2 DC-motors
Swiss artist Zimoun's latest installation is a towering soundscape hidden inside an old toluene tank.
The Swiss artist's latest work utilizes medical equipment and fire to create a minimalist and industrial sound sculpture.
Over two hundred boxes with DC motors attached hum in unison.