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GOOD VIBES: TeZ (right), an artist from the 2015 Art/Science Residency Programme, conducted by NUS in partnership with ArtScience Museum, is seen working with NUS students on an electroculture experiment - using low-level soundwaves to stimulate plants to see how much they'll grow.

The art of sound

Italian artist Maurizio Martinucci marries science and art in his aural experiments.
May 1, 2015 5:50 AM

WHILE sound artists have been around for a while, Italian artist Maurizio Martinucci's art practice isn't just about creating sound, but also showing what it looks and feels like.

Just before he came here for an arts residency at the National University of Singapore, the artist - who goes

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