Microsonic Landscapes Music becomes sculpture
CITYMUSIC Pianola City Music: Playing a Cityscape as a Piano Score
The physical form of language is a record of collective memory. Typeface by synoptic office.
Tuesday, October 25th, will be divided into two segments:
12.10-13.20: Final presentation of the dictionary projects
Please keep your presentations to a max of 10 min.
Make sure that all members of your group are actively involved in the presentation and talk to these questions:
Who is your audience?
Why did you select a specific channel of media / platform?
How will this project (potentially) live in the future?
How will you document it for this class and your future path?
How did the collaboration between musicians and designer work out?
13.30-14.50: Pitch your final project ideas individually to find collaborators
You have two minutes to present a previous work that reflects your interest and work methods.
You have another two minutes to articulate an idea for the final project. The only requirement we have is that it addresses the intersection of design and music and that it is a collaboration that includes at least one designer and one musician. Be sure to be able to explain it in 2 minutes.
WAVES – HOW DOES SOUND MOVE?
by Daniel Palacios
A long piece of rope generates 3D waves floating in space by the physical action of its movement: the rope which creates the visual waves also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element.