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breathing rhizopus culture
growing over boiled rice
trapped in a CD case
exposed to a 5 minute interval shooting camera
a burning light
Fukuoka – Osaka – Kyoto – Tokyo, Japan, October 2015
Organized by the awesome Renick Bell
Oct. 3, Fukuoka, at Black Out
Oct. 4, Osaka, at environment 0g
Oct. 8, Kyoto, at Urban Guild
Oct. 10, Tokyo, at Soup
Performing with Supercollider, a Kaoss Pad and Visuals on the fly with Processing
Zürich, July – September 2015
Collaborators: Eugen Danzinger , Andres V. Torres
“Destiny without necessity, freedom without memory, existence without choice, causality without destiny” – paraphrasing Deleuze.
The project NarcissUs is a critical and artistic approach towards the development of intelligent machines. The main goal is to unfold the potential and unexpected outcomes that the learning process from artificial beings in mixed reality environments may encounter. It consists on a feedback loop setup between a computer generated being (NarcissUs), a camera, a moving mirror, a face recognition algorithm and an evolving learning machine seeking for self awareness. NarcissUs seek for its reflection, learn from it and evolve through their expressive exchanges. Would IT be able to tell that the reflection is nothing else but itself?
ODD COUPLINGS is a performance by the Hong Kong-based choreographer Chun-ho Ivanhoe Lam in collaboration with Swiss scenographer Barbra Pfyffer. It is the product of his three months residency with the City of Zurich Artist-in-Residence Programme, during which time he has built up relationships and collaborations with a large number of artists.
Bettina Diel (Visual Artist)
Ivan Monteiro Feitosa (Media Artist)
Fabian Gutscher (Sound Artist)
Wing-lui Santayana Li (Hong Kong Actress/Playwright)
Matthias Mueller (Composer/Musician)
Nuria Prazak (Choreographer/Dancer)
Benjamin Ryser (Composer)
Andres Villa Torres (Electronic Artist)
Kaspar Weiss (Actor)
The work weaves together a patchwork of small vignettes of these collaborations into an unlikely narrative, one that creates, by a process of delicate layering of small fragments, an intimate look into these encounters during his stay in Switzerland.
Sensible Plants are part of the work around the Sound Installation with Composer Edgar Barroso using Swept Frequency Capacitive Sensing for Arduino & Processing
The Installation runs at a Raspberry Pi 2 and the sound is generated with Supercollider.
Running with a Raspberry Pi 2
Particle system simulating the behaviour of a blackhole. Each particle collision opens and closes a microphone. This generates an ongrowing and “controlled” audio-feedback saturation. It is possible to alter some variables which alter the behaviour of the gravitational field in real time. This has a direct impact in the audio-visual experience.
Tool in development using processing and supercollider for polygon projection mapping: drawing and manipulation of single polygonal shapes with code on the fly.
It consists on a series of assignable free form polygons which can be generated and manipulated in real time with the mouse pointer and through OSC messages. This allows to access and change features independently such as fill color, line thickness, fill image, etc. Thus, each new polygon is a new node which can be modified and accessed independently through OSC messages allowing to generate tightness between audio-visual events for example.
Zürich – Mexico City – Oaxaca, Mexico, Winter 2014-2015
Audio Visual experiments with film, sound and computer manipulation.
During the winter 2014 – 2015 I‘ve got fascinated by patterns and the repetitive but decently unpredictable motion present within the material reality (nature) and its similarity to the digital and binary reality.
I used a camera to video capture a series of scenes which I found fitting in this description. Afterwards I used digital means in order to manipulate the image and the sound and unravel the intrinsic connexions between these two worlds.
On the memory stick you can find a longer version of the referenced video link, which is an ongoing work I just started.