Video: Goldfish play glass harp

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An art exhibition in Hong Kong features a glass harp played by goldfish in an aquarium.

The harp works using different sized wine glasses placed on a sheet of glass on top of the aquarium. Motion sensors trigger sounds when the fish swim underneath the glasses.

Artist Henry Chu created the work for the Musique Plastique exhibition at agnès b.'s Librairie Galerie in Wanchai, Hong Kong. The exhibition runs until January 12. Admission is free.

You can see the video of Chu's Fish Harp below:

 

Fish Harp from Henry Chu on Vimeo.

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