Japanese Sand Vibration Art

Submitted by: Matwix_2004 5 years ago Misc

If anyone is going to make art out of vibration, it"s gonna be the Japanese.
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Male 356
Define "arts".
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Male 1,360
stay classy North Dak!
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Male 4,902
Is your camera loud enough? Sh*t!
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Male 1,104
"Art is the creation of beauty, not that mumbo-jumbo you just mentioned."

aesthetics, yes, but beauty ... ?




(Of course it`s all in the eye of the beholder, and if you need to go, this might be paradise.)
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Male 1,104
very cool! plus it reminds me of simon (bee-beep-beebeep!)
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Male 362
@ryan99
Art is the creation of beauty, not that mumbo-jumbo you just mentioned. This is, however, still art, because I find the end product to be quite beautiful.
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Male 126
When I rub my balls on a table it doesn`t look that pretty.
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Male 5
We have the same thing. It`s called music.
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Male 916
chlandi patterns. nothing new there... just using coloured sand.
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Male 65
I like this one better.
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Male 2,344
How is this not art? It`s a new creative way of making something appealing. But all standards, this is art. It`s not just the result that counts, but the process as well. Think of Jackson Pollock.
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Male 2,419
@Anybody
how is that spam bot `flyhzz` at 133 posts? somebody do their job
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Male 36,567
Very cool! And yes the flash photography (and LOUD sound effect) was very annoying!
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Male 1,284
cool and annoying
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Male 1,582
So artistic /sarcasam
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Male 153
Yea its art (lick up the definition)might not what you think art should be though.. whatever, still pretty cool.
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Male 977
Depends on how you define art. Art is the product or process of deliberately arranging items (often with symbolic significance) in a way that influences and affects one or more of the senses, emotions, and intellect. I would say by that definition, this is certainly art. The uncanny part is that this is NOT the first time this has been done, and the Japanese did not do it first. A guy does non-colorful sand as a physics test, the higher the frequency of the pitch, the more intricate the patterns the sand creates. If that doesn`t hint to you of the beauty that is our universe, you don`t deserve to live.
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Male 65
Really cool. Also, it`s art. It required the skills and creativity of the person who made it. To declare that something is not art takes no effort, to make something that is art does. Also, this is art:
It`s art because the person making it intended it to be. You can`t deny that it isn`t art, but you can decide for yourself if it`s worth anything as art.

tl;dr: It doesn`t matter what you think art is, so STFU
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Male 165
Looks like the game Simon
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Male 14,775
Pretty, but art?
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Male 878
@Whoabot: I agree. That`s what medium format film sounds like.
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Female 2,509
it`s cool,it`s neat, but is it art?

nah
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Male 3,057
Cool, but it would have been nice if the camera had just zoomed in ONCE near the beginning to show us the movement of the grains, then zoomed the hell back out, stayed there, and let us actually see the forms and patterns taking shape.
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Male 37,914

Art? How about "Failed Art" or FArt for short?
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Male 772
Fantastic
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Male 20
That was awesome but terribly filmed. I hope this is re-done without that damn camera taking the loudest pictures I have ever heard every 3 seconds.
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Male 6,737
This is art these days?
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Male 2,551
Link: Japanese Sand Vibration Art [Rate Link] - If anyone is going to make art out of vibration, it`s gonna be the Japanese.
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