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Monday, June 4 • 11:30am - 1:30pm
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Aphysical Unmodeling Instrument: Sound Installation that Re-Physicalizes a Meta-Wind-Instrument Physical Model, Whirlwind
by Tomoya Matsuura & Kazuhiro Jo

Aphysical Unmodeling Instrument is the title of a sound installation that re-physicalizes the Whirlwind meta-wind-instrument physical model. We re-implemented the Whirlwind by using real-world physical objects to comprise a sound installation. The sound propagation between a speaker and microphone was used as the delay, and a paper cylinder was employed as the resonator. This paper explains the concept and implementation of this work at the 2017 HANARART exhibition. We examine the characteristics of the work, address its limitations, and discuss the possibility of its interpretation by means of a “re-physicalization.”

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Kazuhiro Jo

Kyushu University; YCAM
Kazuhiro Jo is a practitioner with a background in acoustics and interaction design. He has been presenting his practices in a form of works of art as at museums and festivals, as well as papers at international journals and conferences with his projects such as "The SINE WAVE ORCHESTRA... Read More →
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Tomoya Matsuura

Master Student/Artist, Kyushu University

Monday June 4, 2018 11:30am - 1:30pm EDT
Moss Arts Center - Orchestra Lobby

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