Kinetic Art

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Go Ahead

2019-04-18

Go Ahead by Anna Vasof

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Robotic Voice Activated Word Kicking Machine

2016-09-22

Robotic Voice Activated Word Kicking Machine by Neil Mendoza


HUANG YI & KUKA

2016-08-25

HUANG YI & KUKA - A duet of Human and Robot by Huang Yi

  • Listed in categories: body

Stifters Dinge

2013-08-26

Heiner Goebbels: Stifters Dinge

...Stifters Dinge – The Unguided Tour, in which the visitor has complete freedom to explore the huge machine with its stones, metal, pianos, water reservoirs, rain, fog, ice and hidden voices. Everyone can follow his/ her instincts on entering and choose when to leave and when to return; and to observe the decelerated motion of things (›Dinge‹) with access from all sides...

Production by Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne E.T.E. in Coproduction with Ruhrtriennale. In Corealisation with Artangel London.

Film by/(c) O PRODUCTION


And All the Question Marks Started to Sing

2013-07-02

"All the Question Marks Started to Sing" a new work by the Norwegian art collective Verdensteatret, was the opening event of FuturePerfect 2011.

FuturePerfect is new performance, media, art and technology initiative founded by Wayne Ashley, the former Director of Arts in Multimedia at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). http://futureperfectfestival.org


Little Big Man

2013-06-15

Little Big Man by Nemo Gould.

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Ionisation

2013-05-13

Audiovisual short film: Ionisation by Flat-e.

The project began life as a film to accompany a performance by the London Sinfonietta of Edgard Vareses Ionisation. An inspiring 20th century composer who pioneered works that cross over into the electronic scene of today.
The piece shows what you can achieve when people collaborate in an unventilated environment where superglue fumes outweigh the oxygen 6:1.


Piano Migrations Installation

2013-04-04

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"


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