Lelavision is a husband and wife team on Vashon Island who work to combine nearly every imaginable art form and base it on solid science. Their sculpted, unique musical instruments are used in their performance art and dance pieces, which are often turned into experimental films. Sculptor Ela Lamblin first dreamed about a music-producing plant, then he went on to build this plant out of steel and bronze. He plays the plant like a cello, creating a ethereal, haunting sound. Lamblin pays close attention to the physics of sound as well as natural science. Now, Lamblin and wife Leah Mann have taken these instruments, mixed them into Leah’s choreography and begun performing across the US. Check out the video below, and read the full article at the link above.