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Dancing Colors (by Fabian Oefner)

The sculptures that you see on the images exist only for a fraction of a second, which consists of normal salt, colored with pigments. The salt is placed on a thin foil of plastic which is wrapped on top of a speaker, and as soon as the speaker emits sound, the plastic foil starts to vibrate, forming these strange figures.

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