Fold Loud: Musical Origami by JooYoun Paek

In her project Fold Loud, artist JooYoun Paek created a very neat "musical origami," where by folding a piece of paper, you'd be making electrical contacts to control the music:

Each fold is assigned to a different human vocal sound so that combinations of folds create harmonies. Users can fold multiple Fold Loud sheets together to produce a chorus of voices. Opened circuits made out of conductive fabric are visibly stitched onto the sheets of paper which creates a meta-technological aesthetic. When the sheets are folded along crease lines, a circuit is closed like a switch.

Link [auto-playing video with music demonstrating Fold Loud] - via Craft, thanks Becky!

Previously on Neatorama: Pillow + Wig = Pillowig, Self-Sustainable Chair, also by JooYoun Paek

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