Kulbuto [Quarz Composer, Sound]_3

LookingOutwards — sarah_keeling @ 2:57 am

Émile Sacré created Kulbuto which is an installation of an instrument that creates visualization of the sounds made. Kulbuto explores the “possibilities of non-uniform compositions” by integrating both the sound created from the instrument to create visuals and then using the visualizations to create the rhythmic cycles.   Kulbuto is based on the “principles of changing rates” which determines the graphics and how they develop over time. I found the  aesthetic of this piece to be very interesting and appreciated the inter-relation of the sound and visual aspects rather than just on affecting the other. The installation looks inviting and fun to engage with.






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