Maxwell is the world's first software laser synth and real-time abstract generator for both Mac and PC that allows direct control over a laser projector.
Originally published in Palestrina’s second book of motets in 1581, “Adoramus Te” is a short motet for four equal voices.
When using hardware at some point you end on a wall you can't go through...
"Sidewinder" is a performance for joystick including fixed media. It was presented April, 22nd 2016 at the Media Lab Berlin and developed at the studio for experimental music Mitte-Nord.
This project is called Smomid, which stands for string modeling midi device.
"JEG", means I in English. A theatre play for kids. It examines identity and the line where I starts and end. One of the actors is deaf, the other can hear. Both use sign-language. The voice is prerecorded voiceover.
Even in times of modern warfare, personal security is a subject of each personality.
„Die Hamletmaschine“ is a performance for voice and live-electronics.
The "Super-Looper" is a work in progress project.
The dfscore system is a realtime dynamic score system built to function over a local network to display a variety of musical material.
La mélodie du bonheur is the musicalization of the emotions of our society.
Umbra is an interactive dance performance that uses Max/Msp and Jitter along with a webcam to track the dancers movement which is manipulated with Jitter in real time.
“The Conductor’s Philosophy” – is an audio-visual work composed by Damian T.
SOMO is a wireless wearable motion tracking device that turns body movement into sound.
La Plataforma / The Platform is a modular small scale performance platform or audio-visual instrument to create small scale performances.
El viaje de Lissajous (The Lissajous travel) is a 3 piece visual-sound project: El viaje, Lissajous, a=3 b=4.
“She Was A Visitor” is a vocal piece written by Robert Ashley in 1967.
The Typewriter is an OSC controller and software that allows to create performances generating or manipulating written text, sounds and images within the same instrument and using the same gestures. The hardware is build out of an old mechanical typewriter, equipped with contacts to recognize the different key strokes (including upper case and lower case characters, carriage return, space and backspace).