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8011 jumbo roll aluminium foil
|Length||as per requirements|
|Packing||waterproof paper and plastic cover the package, and then make the wooden pallet.|
|Payment Terms||30% T/T in advance as deposit, 70% balance against the B/L copy,L/C|
|Minimum Order Quanlity||3 tons pre size|
|Delivery time||20-30days after receiving L/C or deposit|
|Loading Port||Shanghai,China (or any port in China )|
|Remark||Specific requirement of alloy grade,temper or specification can be discussed at your request|
Hydrophilic aluminum foil to be used for air conditioner heat exchanger.
High corrosion resistance, no white powder, no pollution, without water bridge, high heat
exchange effciency, reducing windage and reducing the noise, conserving energy and anti-
mildew agent and no off-flavor and so on.
Coppice re: Coil’s “Where Are You?”  installation and performance was conceived in honor of Coil’s song of the same name. The music was produced by Noé Cuéllar & Joseph Kramer in the style of a cover/synthetic reproduction of the original, using physical modeling synthesis and acoustic synthesis with Coppice’s Multi-Material Filter.
The installation includes brass, acrylic, galvanized steel, concrete, aluminum, glass, copper, plastic tubing, and foam; and the installation featured Coppice’s mouth-blown brass and aluminum “capillaries” in motion. This work is part of Coppice’s sound sculpture series “Vinculum re: Screens for Mutual Attractions to Related Objects (Some Impossible)” and the archive of sonic artifacts “Vinculum,” an ongoing project since 2010.
re: Coil’s “Where Are You?” was presented on August 22nd, 2015 at Jean-Luc Mylayne’s “C16, Small Chapel for One Person or at Most a Couple (April 1987),” a public project presented by the Art Institute of Chicago in Millennium Park’s Lurie Garden, in conjunction to Jean-Luc Mylayne’s “Mutual Regard” exhibition at The Arts Club Chicago.
Coppice thanks Paul Durica and Karen Greenwalt. Special thank you to Peter Weathers for shooting and editing this brief memory video.