Dawn Chorus by Urban Projections
"Dawn Chorus was created deep in the heart of Sherwood Forest during Covid-19 isolation. Urban Projections and Fabric Lenny collaborated remotely, in a process of play and experimentation. All characters were projected live in their environments with pico projection systems, no post production, with accompanying audio soundscapes captured in the woodland."
PARALLAX (A Sony RX0 Film)
by Philip Edsel
"Photographer and director Philip Edsel was commissioned by Sony to create a motion piece that put their all-new RX0 camera through it’s paces. "
Robotic Electronic Music [SHOWREEL LIVE]
by Moritz Simon Geist
Soft Manipulator by Moritz Simon Geist
"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."
SoundBow by binaura
BEAT by Or Bar-El
Legal Errorist / Liquid Loft by Chris Haring.
Choreography/Idea: Chris Haring
Dance: Stephanie Cumming
Fit into the crowd by Julien-Robert
Piece for bass clarinet, computer and reactive video.
Performed by Krista Martynes, 9 min. 20.
Music and image by Julien-Robert Legault Salvail, March 2011.
"Finding a musical juxtaposition between trying to create security and finding one’s place, Fit into the crowd is based on a visual image of a character trying to musically find that place while keeping the urban security around them, with a tape part of different phrases commonly said for the sake of security like: I shouldn’t step too far out of place; It’s better to not take risks; Art beware, everything has been done."
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