Kamal Musharbash is a contributing writer to Trend Hunter, and loves the idea of sound art installations. These pieces give viewers a full sensory experience, complete with both visuals and audio.
One if his favorite sound art installations is The Wave of Matter art piece, a design with a magnet underneath millions of tiny metallic balls, which mimics the singing of the ocean when moved. The design is very simplistic, yet it creates an overwhelming audio sound. One would even think they are at the beach!
Kamal is proud of how he took his accomplishments at Trend Hunter, and used these skills in the world of fashion. By building these transferrable skills, he was able to be successful in this competitive industry that requires much tenacity.
Trend Hunter Kamal Musharbash Talks Artwork That Sings Like the Ocean
1. Sound Art Installations - Creating sound art installations that mimic the natural world provides a unique and immersive sensory experience.
2. Multisensory Art Experiences - Incorporating visual and audio components in art installations offers a more complete and engaging viewer experience.
3. Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Art - Collaborating across fields, such as technology and art, can result in innovative and groundbreaking art installations.
1. Art & Design - The art and design industry can benefit from incorporating technology and sound into their traditional practices to create new forms of art.
2. Tourism & Hospitality - Sound art installations can be used to enhance visitor experiences in tourist destinations or hotels by providing unique and immersive experiences.
3. Education & Entertainment - Schools and entertainment venues can use sound art installations as an educational tool or as a form of interactive entertainment.