It's the final frontier. But that doesn't mean that we can't wonder what space sounds like.
Abram Hindle, a University of Alberta computer scientist turned noise musician, is attempting to forge together the all too often galvanized worlds of art and science. By applying physics with sound, and funnelling it through specially designed computer software, he is able to create compositions of sounds that reflect otherwise inaudible physical phenomenons.
The results are fascinating, daring us to think about the world around us in a completely different way.