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English: Lucas Grandin, Le jardin sonore de Bonamouti, Bonamouti, Douala, 2010. Commissioned and produced by doual'art for SUD-Salon Urbain de Douala 2010. Photo by Lucas Grandin.
|Lucas Grandin: Le jardin sonore (The sound garden)|
Le jardin sonore (The sound garden)
A four floors structure irrigated by a system which collects water from the rain and it distributes it drop by drop to irrigate a botanical garden. The drops fall into small metallic cans and they produce an harmonic sound.
|Medium||mixed; wood, irrigation system, plants|
The installation was built between February 2-22, 2010 and commissioned and produced by
institution QS:P195,Q1051789for the SUD Salon Urbain de Douala.
It was presented during the
|Notes||Public artwork, architectural installation and botanical garden.|
|References||Lucas Grandin, Le jardin sonore, Douala, 2010 on doual'art website.|
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|Lucas Grandin, Le jardin sonore de Bonamouti, Douala, 2010. Produced for the SUD Salon Urbain de Douala 2010 / Photo by [please refer to Author above] / Courtesy doual'art / Wikimedia Commons|
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