They’re called microsonic lanscapes — soundwaves of Portishead, Antony and the Johnsons and Arvo Pärt albums transformed into 3D sculptures you can feel.

Yes, you can feel if you get your hands on the open-code source and print them with Processing on a MakerBot.

From the experimental studio Realität, these “algorithmic explorations” transform “sound into matter/space,” like that Joy Division sculpture we were crazy about, but sleek, tangible, beautiful, complete. They look like microcosms, mini-metropolises, futuristic ravines. A ridge is a thump. A jagged mountain is a crescendo. Do you feel it?