Natasha Singh believes everything around us produces music. She demonstrates how monuments have a unique sound and music of their own.
A pioneer of generative art in India, using technology to demonstrate the combined power of mathematics and art.
Natasha Singh graduated from NIFT Hyderabad in Product Design and Lifestyle and followed it up with a degree in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London. She then started TimeBlur, a digital experience studio, in 2015. Natasha has always done things differently and is passionate about promoting the ancient practices of India like yoga with the help of cutting edge technology. In addition to this, she wants to enrich the user experience by integrating yoga with technology and bridging the gap between the physical and digital world.
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