Mood, posture and rhythmic feedback: MONAD studio’s sonic experiments with 3D‐printed musical instruments Article

Goldemberg, E. (2016). Mood, posture and rhythmic feedback: MONAD studio’s sonic experiments with 3D‐printed musical instruments . 86(6), 108-117. 10.1002/ad.2119

cited authors

  • Goldemberg, E

fiu authors

abstract

  • Engaging with physical sensations is a primary method of transmitting mood through design. Based in North Miami Beach, Florida, design research practice MONAD Studio has been collaborating with musicians, composers and luthiers to explore new paths for architecture where aural, visual and tactile stimuli come together. Eric Goldemberg, co-founder with Veronica Zalcberg of MONAD Studio, here describes the enigmatic and highly charged results of the collaboration, which use pulsation and morphology to add more sensory and even erotic dimensions to our perception of space.

publication date

  • November 1, 2016

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 108

end page

  • 117

volume

  • 86

issue

  • 6