This is a compilation that ranges from ambient, structural and pop sounds that play with both the actual vibrations and sonic recordings that the artist made of the Eiffel Tower. Featured on the official Eiffel Tower website under "Things to Know About the Eiffel Tower."
If you are an artist and want the same songs as well as some of the original sound files to experiment with you can buy them on a thumbdrive at: http://cdbaby.com/cd/chinablue3
China Blue is fascinated by uncovering concealed elements of our world such as the sounds created by the iron of the Eiffel Tower or submerged in Venice’s water. The underlying theme of her work is revealing the hidden structures in our world and how they shape our lives in surprising ways.
China Blue is a two time NASA/RI Space Grant recipient and a Rhode Island Rhode State Council for the Arts Fellowship recipient. An internationally exhibiting artist China Blue was the first person to record the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and NASA’s Vertical Gun, a gun that shoots projectiles at Mach-10. In 2013 she was the US Representative at Tokyo Wondersite’s Experimental Art Fair. Her exhibition “Firefly Projects” was nominated for the 2012 “Best Monographic Museum Exhibition, Nationally” by the International Association of Art Critics. She represented the US at OPEN XI, Venice, Italy an exhibition held in conjunction with the Architecture Biennale and at the Tokyo Experimental Art Festival. Reviews of her work have been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Art in America, Art Forum, artCritical and NY Arts to name a few. She has been interviewed by France 3 (TV), for the film “Com-mu-nity” produced by the Architecture Institute of America and was the featured artist for the 2006 annual meeting of the Acoustic Society of America. She has been an invited speaker at Harvard, Yale, MIT, Berkelee School of Music, Reed College and Brown University and an adjunct professor and Fellow at Brown University in the United States. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Engine Institute.