interactive audiovisual sculpture
B-Seite | Festival für visuelle Kunst und Jetztkultur | Mannheim | März 2016
mayer+empl project 2016_069
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"Hype Cycle is a series of futurist films exploring human-machine collaboration, combining performance and emerging technologies."
Creative Director: Matt Pyke, Mike Hughes
Animation: Joe Street
Sound Designer: Simon Pyke, Freefarm
Senior Producer: Greg Povey
Motion Capture: Nick Dulake, Ursula Ankeny (Sheffield Hallam University)
Dancer: Tamar Draper
Choreographer: TC Howard
Visit Hype Cycle: Smart Matter
Listed in category: Body
by Chris Lunney and Katherine Brice
"Liminal Scope is an immersive light and sound installation, in which three rings frame the transit of light through space. The audiovisual score enmeshes harmonic frequencies, rhythmic motion, and gradients of color, orchestrating a narrative which navigates tension and release.
Our form of reality is mutually constructed by our perceptions along with their limitations. The installation's rings form an aperture that focuses and reveals a spatial quality of light, which usually remains unseen. Liminal Scope is a meditation on these perceptual limitations as they relate to our shared and individual perspectives on reality."
Visit Hovver - Liminal Scope
Listed in category: Audiovisual
"A playful interactive installation where the audience experiments with rhythms, mechanics and objects. Everyday items like glasses, pots, as well as small music instruments are placed on a light plattform. Seven robotic mechanic devices can be manipulated interactively by the audience, manipulating the sound of the objects. The six robotic mechanics beat the objects, creating a constantly changing polyrhytmic web of sound and rhythm."
Visit Soft Manipulator
Listed in category: Interaction
"Created with hundreds of pencils and hundreds of hands, "349" is a collaborative animated dance film that explores the idea that we're all imperceptibly connected.
To create "349," a dance performance was videotaped and converted into a series of still frames. Over the span of two years, 349 different people each redrew one of these frames after being asked to "draw yourself and someone with whom you have a significant connection." The resulting drawings were scanned, sequenced, and synced to music to create the short animated dance film."
Listed in category: Body