Liquid Music, Movement to the Beat

What happens to liquids, specially colored liquids, when stressed by music? Work of art will be born which the bare eyes seldom witness. In this photographic experiment, Juan Pablo Gaviria of Bogota, Colombia cover a loudspeaker with a balloon to create a surface into with him then pour some liquid paint. He connect the loudspeaker to his iPhone, and when the music hits the speaker, the liquid starts to dance to the music. Then, a kind of magic the human eye can’t see starts.

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