Visualizing Music Project Pilot
The Noisy Paintbox is the book about the painter Wassily Kandinsky that inspired this project connecting music, and visual art. Students in Ms. Osuna's 4th grade class learned about synesthesia, a perceptual phenomenon that Kandinsky had in which stimulation of one sensory pathway such as music leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory pathway such as sight. After some initial training, students chose a piece of music and created the colors, shapes, textures and composition that they felt best described that music. The QR code in the corner of each display links to the song represented in the artwork.
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