(Video link here.) On the heels of Sally’s how-to-make-herb-salt-video on The Splendid Table this weekend, we thought this piece by British ‘ecclectic, eccentric and innovative musician’ Imogen Heap would make a nice combo-platter. Heap “sings” salt into a beautiful and very controlled, rather cosmic-looking pattern. Actually, singing might not be the right word – we actually dislike Heap’s sound – but LOVE how she turns it “visual”, with ordinary salt.

Wonder what the process was that led her to discover out-there technique….

via Neatorama

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