KYMAT produces images that transcend their simple origins in his live performances. Water seems to dance along with the sound and creates impressive water images. By transforming sound into visual effects, KYMAT is a way of connecting science with sound art.
In his show “Sonic Bloom”, KYMAT makes invisible worlds – such as the sound of plants – audible. Sound clouds emerge that carry the audience into meditative spheres.
Cricket chirping from the Amazon, shaman whistles, living plant worlds. Orchestra bells, sounds of a harmonica, synthesizer sounds and space echoes.
KYMAT taps his indoor plants and magic mushrooms via a device called “MIDI Sprout”. The machine translates their electromagnetic fields into audible frequencies. Reverbs and delays make the most out of it, in collaboration with Mini Moog, Jupiter 4, and other instruments.
This spherical carpet of sound is also garnished by e-piano and space synthesizer interludes, produced by the Hamburg artist “Carsten Erobique Meyer” and hypnotic whisper interludes, created by the musician “Das Bo“.