See sound without the use of psychedelics at Cymecha this Saturday

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PHOTO VIA CYMECHA
  • Photo via Cymecha
The phrase "speed of sound" probably unleashes cringeworthy memories related to the hellish, somehow Grammy-nominated single from Coldplay, but in the decade since its release, the art world has recovered. Orlando-based visual artist Synthestruct is taking a much more pleasing approach to the auditory realm by showcasing artwork built around cymatics, a creative visual study of how sound vibrates around us all. Lil Indies, which sits right next to Will's Pub, will be the viewing site for these videos and still images, as well as drinks galore. If any of the framed pieces catch your eye (or ear), you're in luck; the art is for sale, as are various limited-edition prints. 



7:30 p.m. | Lil Indies, 1036 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | free


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