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This sculpture plays on the interaction between the two waves. Resonance occurs when waves produced by an object vibrates at the same rate as the waves from another object. This produces the phenomena of amplification that occurs when the frequency of a periodically applied force is in harmonic proportion to a natural frequency of the system on which it acts.
There are many types of resonance, acoustic, electromagnetic, nuclear but also emotional and spiritual. This sculpture tries to capture the essence of this resonance – of the mutual reciprocal relationship – being on the same wavelength.- – connecting with another.
Waves are abundant in nature, ripples in water, in sand, waves in the sea. This sculpture takes inspiration from nature to create a minimalist abstract sculpture. The sculpture is restrained drawing attention to the form and strong lines and creates a sense of harmony.
Made from galvanised steel, it is also available with other finishes. This sculpture also benefit from night illumination from within the structure.