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Telluric & Non-linear Pulse Station
One of the ranches I developed during the residency was to build several prototypes of I called "telluric & no-linear pulse station" in Nuvem's garden. Una de las ramas desarrolladas durante la residencia fue la construcción de varios prototipos de una estacion de pulso geomagnéticas en el jardín de Nuvem. It is a very simple device to amplify and visualize the fluctuations of density from the Earth's magnetic field. It is based in thsi experiment >
The diferent in the my prototipes is that i use a laser. The device have a mirror attached to a magnet. The mirror and the magnet were suspended by fine nylon to the top of the bambu piramide. Laser light is reflected in the mirror and the magnet and the mirror are moving due to magnetic fluctuations. We can see this movement amplificated througt the distance in the landscape. It is generated somekind of visual hipnotic pulse. Also the idea is put marks on the ground in relation to the movement and gradually generate structures and drawings over time. The station would have at least two time scales: one is "real time" and another scale would be in relation to the variation of the marks to months and years that can make visible the variations of the Earth magnetic poles.
For the main prototipe I build a piramidal structure with bamboo and plastic to keep safe the mirror and the magnet of the weather. The pyramid shape is often linked to magnetic phenomena in certain exoteric science that regard it a kind of amplifier accumulator resonator of these forces, and also the pyramid is a very economic structure (4 bamboo) and enougt robust and ideal for rain protection. I built it with the Keos pyramid proportions.
images from the process
This prototype uses two speakers as generators of the magnetic field changes through the mechanical movement of the bovine-magnet of the speakers when they play audio (the audio i used > VLF recordings + field recordings made during residence in Fumaça). The sensor (mirror-magnet) is placed between the two speakers and modifies its movement pattern.