When was the last time you heard a fruit symphony? If the answer is never, that's because you haven't come across the very talented Jonathan Dagan, aka J.Viewz, a Brooklyn artist who makes music from fresh produce.
By using a little device called MaKey-MaKey, he is able to transform grapes into bells, eggplants into drums and strawberries into a piano. The device works by connecting the computer, yourself and a third object - such as fruits and vegetables.
Watch J.Viewz plays an extraordinary rendition of the 1998 Massive Attack hit Teardrops.
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