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Ice Records

Ice Records

Katie Paterson went to Iceland and recorded the sounds of three separate glaciers — Langjökull, Snæfellsjökull, Solheimajökull — and then pressed the dripping noises onto records made from each glacier’s melted (and then re-frozen) ice. She finished by playing the three ice records simultaneously for the two hours it took each to melt. You can listen to one of the recordings here.

Via The Jailbreak.

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