Boxes by Jeongho Park. Boxes influenced by other boxes. So the theme of the box is changed into the same theme like media phenomenon.
Installation by Kathy Hinde kathyhinde.co.uk
"The inside of an old upright piano, rescued from destruction, is transformed into a kinetic sound sculpture. Video projections move across the surface of the piano strings, triggering small machines to twitch and flutter causing the strings to resonate. The video is visually akin to a musical score or piano roll, and this installation can also become the site for a live performance.
The video is analysed by a MaxMSP patch which divides the screen into a 5x5 grid to correspond to the motors and solenoids which are also arranged in a 5x5 grid on the piano. Movement or any change sensed in the video triggers a device in the corresponding square of the grid - the result is that the fluttering and movement of a bird triggers a device closest to it on the piano.
MaxMSP programming by Matthew Olden
First created in 2008, this new version commissioned by Lumin, May 2010 for Concrete and Glass Festival, 20 Hoxton Square Gallery, London"
Hydro-Acoustic Study [excerpt] by Paul Prudence.
Hydro-Acoustic Study [also known as Bioacoustic Study] was commissioned by Optofonica, Amsterdam. In a sonic ecosystem, a hydrological narrative unfolds in relation to the development of specific audio modulations.
Mécaniques Discursives [work in progress] 2.
Audiovisual installation by Fred Penelle "Legoman" [work in progress]. Video taken on March 2012 at the Freds workshop in Brussels. More info on http://www.penelle.be/ and http://www.legoman.net/
Music: Matthieu Safatly http://www.quattrophage.fr/ and Quattrophage http://matthieusafatly.com/musicien.html
EFF-Lux: Audiovisual installation for 15 differently tuned pianos and video. Visual artist Candas Sisman (Turkey) and Lithuanian composer Egidija Medekšaitė present their collaboration work – audiovisual piece EFF-LUX. 21 min.
Apparition - Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab
Kyrielle by Boris Labbé. Video installation in loop. Animation and sound. Watercolor on paper.
Falling up, tumbling sideways, profound flatness and zigzagging lines. Hey, man! Where’s your cube? Welcome to Plato, somewhere between anamorphosis of reality and severity of imagination. Video Animation Art: top idea, excellent realization. 'Plato' by Léonard Cohen. Annecy 2011: Best graduation short & junior jury award