By Dion Chew & Ong Jia Ying
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For the continuation of the analysis of the ‘Good Sound’ sculpture, check out Niki’s post at this link: https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/nkoh010/kokopellis-soundshaper-soundscape-sculptures/
Background sound from an installation in the ADM Gallery
Sound of the ADM handicapped lift moving
good sound sculpture
We wanted to convey the swelling of the bass of the music, which occured twice, through the gentle swelling of the paper.
The husky saxophone sound gradually emerges into the foreground in the sound, which we depicted as a wave cutting over the Read more →
Pdf version: Kokopelli_Flash More on research and process can be found here: https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/am0002in/project-2-kokopelli/ https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/jchen043/002-kokopellis-sound-shaper/
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What is Kokopelli?
A fertility deity originating from Hohokam, Yumam, and ancestral Pueblo tribes. Often depicted as a humpbacked flute player, there is a myth that he can be seen on the full, waning moon.Assigned body parts: hip + mouth
range of motion
< ‘Lip & Hip’ Official Dance Practice by HyunA > Literally a music video about our assigned key words, what a Read more →
Who is Kokopelli?
Kokopelli is a fertility deity. Like most fertility deities, he presides over both childbirth and agriculture. He is usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player. Kokopelli’s flute is said to be heard in the spring’s breeze, while bringing warmth. It is also said that he was the source of human conception. Legend has it, Read more →
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