Aaron Taylor Kuffner, Gamelatron
WAFDust Podcast #17
In WAFDust podcast #17, Katie Eldridge is in conversation with Aaron Taylor Kuffner, creator of Gamelatron, sound producing kinetic sculptures.
Aaron explains how he took inspiration from Indonesia’s Gamelan, a thousand-year-old sonic tradition, to compose unique digital sonic immersive experiences, that have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, and Burning Man amongst other places around the world.
This is WAFDust Podcast 17
Projects referenced in this podcast
“How Big Art Inspires and Changes Humanity”
Kate Raudenbush, Michael Christian, Aaron Taylor Kuffner
WAFDust Podcast #15
We Are From Dust was inspired by the amazing big art pieces exhibited by artists at Burning Man over the many years. In this episode we delve into the aims and aspirations of three artists to find out How Big Art Inspires and Changes Humanity, and hosted a panel discussion with Kate Raudenbush, Michael Christian and Aaron Taylor Kuffner.
While it may sound a little ‘tongue in cheek’ we wanted to know whether size really matters?