While researching for the paper, I was watching the Prix Ars Electronica DVD (2010), and I saw the piece entitled "Celluloïd-E" by André Décosterd, Michel Décosterd / Cod.Act. Later from the description I realized that they have been searching mechanisms that capture and produce visible undulatory movements and try to link this movement with sound. Their resulted piece was a motorized pendulum that generates sounds while rotating and shifting in space. A sound sculpture that works.
Watch the video on the following link:
Below are stills from the sculpture in motion.