Naga Bambu “sounds in movement”, is an ethnographic and documentary work with a strong experimental aspect of unpredictability which aims to rediscover other ways to listen and interact with sounds. The technological simplicity of an Northwest Indian instrument allies with strong performative component. Originally was played in pagan ceremonies associated with dance and body movement. The microtonality of the instrument allows spontaneous interaction based on the game and, despite being as ancestral instrument can be perfectly adapted to our geographical context and contribute to the renewal of the current listening habits.
Original Idea: Peter Forest
Photography: Afonso Albuquerque
Graphic design: Ingrid Recio
Video and Sound design: Peter Forest