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Shots from a long-finned pilot whale bones under a usb microscope. These images offer an alternative way to look at bones and experience their structures and textures.
The soundtrack of this film was created by recording sounds from the long-finned pilot whale bones with a contact microphone. Again the structures of the bones play a vital role as textured sound and resonance vary from part to part.

This piece was a part of the solo show C-E-T-A-C-E-A, at the Húsavík Whale Museum, Iceland