NABÔKÔ

Research output: Non-textual formArtistic work

Abstract

NABÔKÔ is a sculptural audiovisual instrument of 24 organic shapes, each representing a musical note, assisted by a new technology that reproduces the sound of the sculpture.

This new prototype, is a sculptural audiovisual instrument made of 24 organic shapes each representing a musical note. This music-sculptural prototype, allows to create new and unique shapes and sounds, to explore and develop a new audiovisual intelligence with the help of a technology newly developed that identifies and reproduces the sound of the sculpture.

This new sculpting music instrument can be used by everyone: artists, amateurs, parents, children, teachers, visually and hearing impaired and of course all special needs communities.

This instrument allows to improvise with the audiovisual cognitive skills: replacing a tuned sound by a physical figure or composing a tuned sound by sculpting with the figures. This new instrument has embodied the musical note into a shape, a music avatar that can be handled, copied or coupled with others to improvise freely and create new imaginative organic audiovisual worlds.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputThree dimensional object
Sizevariable
Publication statusPublished - 2024 Jan 1

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Visual Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Music

Artistic work

  • Artefact
  • Digital or Visual Product
  • Exhibition/event

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