Instruments

Spinningfields

Spinningfields
'Spinningfields' by Lintang Radittya, Michael Candy and Andreas Siagian. Made from aluminium, wood, bamboo spinning tops, copper wire, electronic synthesisers, tikar mat

Bird Organ

Bird Organ
Bird Organ by Dale Gorfinkel, Michael Candy and Wukir Suryadi. Made from plastic tubes, ceramic bird warbler whistles, water, bamboo flute, bird cages, air compressor, 8 channel valve bank with plywood keyboard.

Noble Wave

Noble Wave
Noble Wave by Michael Candy, Lintang Radittya, Andreas Siagian, Pia van Gelder The videography was done by Marcus Salvagno. Made from Electronics and sounded by Mount Feathertop. The Noble Wave was made by a Gurdy Gurpy, RF Biosynth, Squaresynth, Kuasa Wukir, 8bit Mixtape Analogue, WindAmp, radio

Nada Laut: As Above So Below

Nada Laut: As Above So Below
Nadalaut: As Above So Below by Andreas Siagian and Dale Gorfinkel. Made with aluminum vibraphone bars, shells, meccano wheels, DC motors, wood, fishing line, metal hooks, fan.

Time Hammer

Time Hammer
Time Hammer by Wukir Suryadi. Made with a wooden hammer, hinges, rope and handle, electronics, motor, garden sprinkler, clock, L.E.D lights, wall mural and text.

Table Hurdy Gurdy

Table Hurdy Gurdy
Table Hurdy Gurdy by Wukir Suryadi, Michael Candy. Made with a table, electronics, servo motors, guitar parts, figurines, ceremic tea set and scrapbook.

A model for mass and explosion

A model for mass and explosion
Jompet Kuswidananto A model for mass and explosion, 2014 hands, saw, knife, motors, mosquito zapper Two pairs of hanging plaster hands extending from steel saws enact a silent clapping beat as electrical sparks intermittently zap.      

A studio For machine and gamelan

A studio For machine and gamelan
Jompet Kuswidananto A studio For machine and gamelan, 2014 motor, gendèr bars, wires, metal frame

Use, Reuse

Use, Reuse
Bagus Pandega Use, Reuse, 2014 recycled LED lights, sensor devices    

Auto Gendèr

Auto Gendèr
Mas Bowo Auto Gendèr, 2014 gendèr bars, resonators, motorised gambang striker, sensor devise, metal frame. A motorised frame containing four wooden resonators and gamelan bars spins erratically as a mechanical striker hits and misses the mark.