Anubis Artspeaker is an art project I did during my 1st year graduate study in San Francisco Art Institute.
The concept is to create a product like sculpture that can be functional and aesthetic innovated. I was drawn by boombox and hip hop culture since I was a teenager, so i decide to make a unique speaker sculpture. At the flick of a switch My sculptures can summon up musical and audio experiences. Technological and aesthetic innovation have profoundly altered our sense of how music can be performed, distributed, heard, and visualized. the inspirational exchange between music and design flows in both directions. My speaker sculpture has empowered me to create and explore unprecedented range of music and sound. simultaneously, sound has been a model for many of my conceptual sculpture development.
The Speaker is made of composite polymer materials that content paper, resin, fiber glass, etc. I use most of the materials from the sculpture store Doulgas&Sturgess in San Francisco and Smooth-on brand which you can purchase online.
The electric components are all from parts express.
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