installation for piano parts and LEDs
Anticipating John Cage’s more famous “silent” piece 4’33’’ by thirty years, Erwin Schulhoff’s (1894-1942) In Futurum for solo piano (1919) is nothing but rests in both hands, supplemented by question mark articulations, cryptic smiles made of slurs, and cheeky directions (“play the whole piece with expression and feeling freely, always, to the very end!“).
The work, realized by Project ENTER's Artistic Group, is the result of a path shared by 12 creatives: Alessandro Martinello, Alessio Navarra, Enrico Previato, Giorgia Poletto, Jonathan De Checchi, Luca Scapellato, Marco Zocca, Massimiliano Rossetto, Nadir Mognato, Nicola Lotto, Riccardo Franchi, Valentina Bazzanella. An experience of collective conception and realisation.
This installation was setup for the 2015 NuArt Street Art Festival in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. The basic concept for this project was to allow people to map their face onto a giant 3D model.
All video portions of the project were done in Max/Jitter.
WebernUhrWerk (translated: Webern's Clockwork) was composed as an open-air sound installation for the 60th anniversary of Webern's death which took place on 15 September 2005 on the market place at Mittersill.
Pipilan is a program developed in Max for composing with gamelan and electronics (more information and downloadable version here).
TEXT TONE is an interactive mobile phone based sound sculpture created out of broken and obsolete telephone technology.
The room is pitch black and filled with the hollow sound of a machine breathing.
One of Harry Bertoia's "sonambient" sound sculptures sits on display at Bowling Green State University.
The TiG - Rhythmusmaschine is an interactive installation for a theater performance of the German group TiG - Theater im Glashaus, a group of performers with intellectual disabilities. It is a 4 track sequencer with the user interface projected on the stage floor.
La Plataforma / The Platform is a modular small scale performance platform or audio-visual instrument to create small scale performances.
This project is a re-imagination of a bell tower for the digital age.
reversible reaction takes its inspiration from the chemical phenomenon in which reactants and products can form each other, oscillating between chemical states.
We are in a world where everything is driven by a compulsion to speed up.
Wait explores the Artist’s relations with her canine collaborators Tom and Sugi.
ljós - an immersive audiovisual installation by Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff.
The sensory interactive garden is a technological retreat, which premiered at Calgary's Beakerhead, a smash-up of art, science and engineering. Over 2400 LEDs , more than 3000 feet of plastic rod and 36 Phidgets allow light and sound to respond to visitors' interactions.
In this Composición colectiva III: Campanas de cocina [Collective Composition III: Kitchen Bells], metal kitchen bowls are used as bells that are virtually hit when a person approaches them. Within this area the sound produced will be modified according to the position of the body, and it will change following its movements. On the video version there are seven hanging bowls, each one of them is connected to contact mics that send the resonance of the metal to a computer Max/processing patch.