The sound of Denmark

Located on copenhagen’s harbor edge, the project is comprised of 12 viking horn forms which function as ‘compact wind acceleration turbines’ to both generate energy and also produce sounds in co-operation with the structure’s shape. the ‘sound landscape’ allows for public occupation, serving as a place for engagement with environmental forces – wind and sound – while potentially prompting reflection on its impact on society in past, current, and possible future realities.

artists: laura mesa arango, rafael sanchez herrera
artist location: vienna, austria
energy technologies: compact wind acceleration turbines
annual capacity: 117 MWh

image by laura mesa arango + rafael sanchez herrera

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