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Symphony of Life

Posted on August 2nd, 2005, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

For the past five years Berlin-based composer Thilo Thomas Krigar has been working on an intriguing project called “Symphony of Life” which translates DNA into music.

DNA in Concert on the one hand has the aspiration of giving people who are interested in music an intuitive access to the scientific insights on the basic conditions of life through the sound experience. On the other hand, the project also provides an acoustic representation of the cellular processes to scientists and doctors who enjoy music. Since numerous visual representations already exist.

(via Z+)

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