We're guessing that this will be the first time that you—as it was a first for us—hear an empty swimming played like a musical instrument. The feat was accomplished by Florence To and Alex Menzies of art duo CØV, who used aluminum pipes, bar chimes from antique clocks, and a bronze metal sheet. Overall, it seems like it was somewhat less difficult than turning a suspension bridge into a musical instrument, but definitely way harder than whipping out an acoustic guitar and playing some Counting Crows. And it probably sounds better than both of those things.
· Artists turn Glasgow's Govanhill Baths into an instrument [The Spaces]