Work by the Sardinian sculptor Pinuccio Sciola. These rocks have been carved to produce resonant sounds when rubbed by the hand or by other rocks.
The Museum of Acoustic Geology is pleased to announce a new branch opening soon in Copenhagen, Denmark. Our Danish curator is pleased with the collection largely based on works of concrete. MoAG Denmark will also be organizing bunker tours in collaboration with Atlantikwal-Denmark.
This sand, imported by MoAG’s branch at the dunes of Altyn-Emel National Park in Kazakhstan, is an acoustic threshold to the Silurian period, when arid conditions prevailed across Earth. Follow these instructions: