Looking like a cross between an alien artifact and an ancient occult ritual, Tri-Monic requires viewers to stand in the middle of three 12 ft. tall black pyramids and sing or play an instrument.
When the pyramids detect music they come to life with a light show and play in harmony with the player or singer standing in the center.
By interacting with the sculpture, everyone becomes a star!
Tri-Monic is the latest interactive multi-sensory art installation by Toronto artist Stefan Verstappen. It was selected by the curatorial committee to be exhibited at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche arts festival, October 3 2015.
Guinness World Record.....We’ve googled it and checked the Guinness World Records and there are no world record set for world’s largest musical sculpture so we have applied to set a new world record. We will get confirmation on whether or not we can apply for the record around the end of August. We’ll keep you all posted as soon as we receive confirmation.
Dimensions: 30′ x 30′ x 30′ x 12′
Tri-Monic, Let Your Light Shine
Sound and Light Installation
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