Lumophore is an audio-visual work that applies bi-directional communication between audio and visual systems to create precise colour-shape-sound modalities. Transformations of three-dimensional geometric primitives and super-ellipses are tightly synchronized to an electro-acoustic sound composition constructed from field-recordings.
Relationships and isomorphisms of three-dimensional architectural forms evolve in relation to sound spatialisation and stereoscopy. Textural surface modulations and synergies correspond to melodic, harmonic or rhythmic designs.
A Lumophore (also Luminophore) is an atom or atomic grouping in a chemical compound that manifests luminescence.