Spirit Chasers are giant wind chimes that can be used as screens, room dividers or abstract dimensional hangings. They are made from bullet riddled propane tanks and salvaged metal found in the Mojave Desert. The wood hangers are made from dried Smoke Tree, Tamarisk, Manzanita, Acacia, Palo Verde, and other woods local woods.
Each Spirit Chaser has a unique pitch and sound. Wind chimes are a type of percussion instrument constructed from suspended tubes, rods, bells or other objects that are often made of metal or wood. They are usually hung outside of a building or residence as a visual and aural garden ornament. Since the parts of the windchime are struck according to the random effects of wind blowing, the sounds emanated from wind chimes are considered examples of chance-based music. The tubes or rods may sound either indistinct or distinct pitches.