This - (HD)
by Malcolm Sutherland
"A meditative visualization of Tibetan Buddhist Monks chanting."
SoundBow by binaura
Liquid Midi - Pilot 00 by ejtech
Douglas Nottingham, Joe Perez, and Robert Esler: Percussion
Black = Sound
White = Silence
"Force.Line.Border. is an animated graphic score for a trio of indeterminate instrumentation. This work is the latest in a series of animated graphic scores that builds on the concepts developed by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Cornelius Cardew, and Earle Brown for using abstract visual imagery to define musical events. The animated score is projected into the space and the musicians perform composed improvisations derived from their interpretation of the image. Each of the performers is responsible for one third of the frame as the piece gradually shifts between solo phrases and ensemble statements."
spiro composition 2 by Hiroshi Matoba
Two by Steven Subotnick
A dialog between a pair of gestural ink abstractions.
Direction, production, animation: Steven Subotnick.
Music: File Under Toner, Lee Maddeford, MiaMia, Garth Knox, Fiendish Fib, Astroboiler.
Graphics Speak Exhibition by Weng-Nam Yap
"‘Graphics Speak’ is about translating visual elements to sound, as it consists of a collection of patterns that can be turned into audible experience. Each archetype has its own harmonious composition made by mixing them on a turntable. The installation is contextualized within a darkroom, by broadcasting live video recording of the graphics on an analog television, where the transmitted electromagnetic waves are translated into sound through using a sensor. Therefore in this case, what you hear is what you see. In the exhibition, it also contains the process and various experiments of visualizing sound and vice versa."
Light Forms by Malcolm Sutherland
A short experimental floaty & aimless animation.
Soundtrack is also made by Malcolm Sutherland.
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