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    Pangeia Instrumentos are acoustic musical instruments, sound devices and installations designed and built as a process of music writing and exper… Read More
    Pangeia Instrumentos are acoustic musical instruments, sound devices and installations designed and built as a process of music writing and experimentation with form, design, sound and music. Concerts, exhibitions and workshops of the project have been held in Portugal, Spain, Cuba, Colombia, UK, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Brazil, Mozambique, South Africa, Canada, USA and Angola. Read Less
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TOHA - a 42 string harp like instrument for two musicians,
inspired by the nests of collective weaver birds found in the Namibe desert.

It can be described as: half way between a concert harp and a Gu-Zheng,
busy avoiding any similarities with a Kora.




Victor Gama and Salomé Pais Matos playing toha
during Vela 6911 presentation at the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon.
ACRUX - tempered steel disc lamelae with a chromatic scale covering three octaves,
glass sound board.



The acrux during the INSTRMNTS exhibition at the Fundación Carlos D'Amberes in Madrid.



Acruxon, an installation of four acruxes and an interactive app running on a tablet.


STURN - turning the rings of Saturn into a musical instrument.




TAHRA in the INSTRMNTS exhibition at The National Center for Craft and Design, Lincolnshire, UK.



EPSILON LYRAE - a smaller harp like instrument, inspired on a double star system.




TARTUL - now part of the collection of the National Museum of Scotland's Resounding World gallery.



TIPAW - one of the four musical instruments built for the National Scotland Museum's
World Cultures collection of musical instruments.



TARTUL - at the Conservation storage of the National Museum of Scotland before being installed.



TONAL MATRIX - an instrument for four musicians with three octaves in a pentatonic scale.



The Tonal Matrix after completion in May 2009.




The GigantikArpz, installed in the Gulbenkian Foundation's gardens with strings stretching 75 meters across the lake.
It was part of the Next Future Festival of contemporary art and culture in summer 2011.