Research output: Non-textual formArtistic work


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
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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