[Scenery] The heartbeat file room is really a special feeling. It is very good at business. It attracts many people to watch with the idea of a small group of people.
[Fun] Great architectural style, good scenery nearby, it is worth checking in
On the east side of Toshima, facing the sea, there is a boxy black and white house. It is a heart sound archive designed by French artist Christian Boltanski. Not only can you hear tens of thousands of heartbeats of people from all over the world, but you can also record your own heartbeats into a CD. Exchanging CDs with TA and hearing each other's heartbeat is also a very special memorial.
Walk to Teshima Art Museum, receive a reservation voucher to visit in two hours, and set off to Christian Boltanski’s Heartbeat Museum. He said, "Death is not the end of life, forgetting is. Those heartbeats that prove alive should be recorded, stored, amplified, and listened to by the beloved." He has collected the heartbeats of 120,000 people and combined them. Stored in Toshima, Setouchi, Japan. In the dark exhibition hall, the lights flickered with the sound of heartbeat. The intensity of the light is the same as the intensity of the heartbeat. A weak heartbeat can only make the light bulb faintly bright, and a strong heartbeat can make the light bulb illuminate the surrounding mirror.
This attraction did not do homework in advance, so when we saw a small house by the sea, we didn’t know that it was an attraction. We thought it was an ordinary house. The key is that the door says CHRISTIAN BOLTANSK. We are all clever and think it is related to religion. of. I couldn’t find it, and finally I was about to leave. I lay on the glass and looked in, only to find that there were people inside. When I opened the door, it turned out to be the heartbeat hall we were looking for. Later I learned that the text on the door was the artist’s name. , Hey, finally did not miss it. Ticket 510, first try to search other people's heartbeat on the outside computer, but there is no code, give up. Then I entered the hall. As soon as I entered, there was a thumping heartbeat, and then the screen would show who recorded this heartbeat and when. It turns out that everyone's heartbeats are almost the same. After listening for a while, I realized that the heartbeats of different people in the world are so different. Then I went into a small dark room. Just when I didn't get used to it, I saw a light flashing in front of me. Later I realized that the brightness and rhythm of this light changed with the heartbeat of different people. Some are as fast as a galloping horse, and the lights flash fast, some are slow and faint, and the lights flicker and disappear. The most funny thing is that after we find that the heartbeat sounds like farting, it is even more fun. I took a few videos, then turned on the flashlight of my mobile phone and looked around before going out. It can be said that this museum is the most fun of all the museums in the past two days