Wearable Screaming Art For Kids

By: Jacqueline Biggs - Published: Jun 3, 2006 • References:
TRATTIs are wearable screaming devices for children. They generate noise, sound and music (depending on your ear) according to what the kid is looking at. Each TRATTI is different, yet all are similar, playing the visual world as the score for the sounds. The work is based on the idea of using the world as the constantly changing score for the sounds and on the notion of kids being very loud at certain age. The interest was to create a real-time composition with a focus on making a media-art piece for children. Stats for TRATTI Trending: Older & Average
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