Sound Etching, Emily Bommarito, 4D Design ’22


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    18×18 inches

    Watercolor Paper, powder dyes

    Captured sound frequencies, etched onto watercolor paper. This sound was recorded on the Cranbrook Academy of Art campus peristyle between Art Museum and Library during the fall.

    Item is located in Bloomfield Hills, MI. Local pickup available. Shipping available for an additional fee. Contact for a custom shipping quote.

    Emily Bommarito is a 4D designer from Dearborn, Michigan working in the realm of human-centered interaction. Originally trained in Product Design focused on Ceramics at Wayne State University. Her processes rely on behavioral research, mould-making, and applied technologies. Emily’s interest in sustainability and nurture plays a key role in creating art, and exploring how to initiate the solicitude of self, others, and robotic beings to create a more empathetic world. Michigan’s connection to the Great Lakes and rich industrial history has influenced Emily’s thinking around art-making and production. Her work at Cranbrook often responds to an imagined future through the creation of interactive and artificial beings. Emily’s dog, Stella the puggle, is her number one supporter in the studio.