Nemore by fishing for compliments

Nemore is an interactive project by fishing for compliments that combines digital processing with a physical presence.The installation consists of 36 bendable poles that each operate individually, reacting to each other and users. Made from
graphite, these poles are run by two servo motors, one for rotation and one to bend the pole. in addition to this each pole has a distinct sound that builds up a chord. No sound is produced until the pole begins to move. the sound is then modulated in pitch and amplitude based on the pole’s movement. Fishing for compliments is a collaborative project between jan bernstein, max kickinger, woeishi lean and sebastian neitsch.

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