Noids

A rhythmic celebration of recognition
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

In the collection of ‘noids’ rhythmic instruments each instrument has a rhythm, sound and movement of its own. Depending on how the musicians play the noids, the space fills with continually changing compositions. The public recognize the various layers and patterns, through simply walking around.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Cas Zeegers

Contact

info [at] caszeegers . nl
www.caszeegers.nl

In the collection of ‘noids’ rhythmic instruments each instrument has a rhythm, sound and movement of its own. Depending on how the musicians play the noids, the space fills with continually changing compositions. The public recognize the various layers and patterns, through simply walking around.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Cas Zeegers

Contact

info [at] caszeegers . nl
www.caszeegers.nl

Noids

In the collection of ‘noids’ rhythmic instruments each instrument has a rhythm, sound and movement of its own. Depending on how the musicians play the noids, the space fills with continually changing compositions. The public recognize the various layers and patterns, through simply walking around.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Cas Zeegers

Contact

info [at] caszeegers . nl
www.caszeegers.nl

In the collection of ‘noids’ rhythmic instruments each instrument has a rhythm, sound and movement of its own. Depending on how the musicians play the noids, the space fills with continually changing compositions. The public recognize the various layers and patterns, through simply walking around.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Cas Zeegers

Contact

info [at] caszeegers . nl
www.caszeegers.nl