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Watch Joo Won Park make electronic music with an artichoke

It's part of Park's project to make 100 videos of him making music with found objects. Park, 33, said the project is a "personal challenge to be consistently creative and productive."

Joo Won Park is making electronic music with found objects.

This week, Joo Won Park made electronic music with an artichoke.

Last month, it was a cast iron skillet, and before that, a wireless router.

It’s part of Park’s project to make 100 videos of him making music with found objects. Park, 33, said the project is a “personal challenge to be consistently creative and productive.” It’s also a way that he’s exploring the idea that an electronic musician is a composer, performer and instrument maker all in one, he said.

Watch the artichoke video below. Catch him live this Sunday at Fishtown’s Thefidget Space.

Visit Park’s project, 100 Strange Sounds, here.

 

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