Spectrum – Soundstick


The intention of this artwork is to create a feeling akin to a warm current carrying the sound of sea waves around the hustle and bustle of the city. That is calm and relaxing, tranquil and safe. Originating from Wang Chung-kun’s “Falling Moment”, for this installation, the “rainstick” instrument rotates to produce a constant and naturalistic sound. In the twelve-meter tall space, noiseKitchen has put eighty tailor-made winders along with forty hanging sound sticks that swing freely in the space. By way of computer programming, we conduct these like forty dancers that have been arrayed in the air. They can produce random sounds similar to waves pounding a shore, while they also precisely synchronized and mechanically in order. On the surrounding walls of this ever-changing choreography, panoramic screens of dynamic images have been installed allowing for the interaction between the installed images and rainsticks to dance with each other. The overall effect will catch any passer’s-by eye causing them to slow down and appreciate the artwork at a leisurely pace.


CEO |Huang Wen-Hao
Technical Director|Lin Wei-Yuan
Art Director|Wang Chung-Kun
Project Manager|Chang Yung-Cheng, Yu Yu-Ling
Materials Manager|Lin Pei-Chen
Technical Manager|Lin Chih-Hung
Programming|Wu Shuo-En
Design Team|Lin Shih-Chang, Wu Ping-Sheng, Tsai Chen-Huan
Technical Team|Chen Li-Bang、Chong Cheng
Maintenance Team|Zhu Xuan-Cai
Music Supervisor|Wu Ping-Sheng




Chong Bang Group
Shanghai JMK Development Limited


Works, Planning