Abstract ALPHA is the codename of a series of audio-visual live performances planned for 2014. It involves sounds, visuals and algorithmic sequencing providing a unique experience for the audience in which sounds and visuals are melting into a dense, coherent and minimal artwork matter. From physical approach of the sound itself to the customized algorithmic sequencers controlled in real-time on stage, ALPHA a/v live performance explores sounds and visuals fields and how one is related to the other. ALPHA is designed to be experienced in electronic music and digital arts festival. Duration 1 hour Requirements - 1 HD video projector + 1 screen (minimum 4 meters base) - 1 stereo sound-system Artistic Research Bored by rigid sequencers and already-made sequences, Julien Bayle pushes the limit of electronic music live performance a step further by using his own software-sequencers on stage.
This is a simple, yet very versatile, video system using basic GL objects.
Based on Johann Sebastian Bachs "Six Suites for Violoncello Solo" this installation explores the the possibilities of generating interactive sounds and visuals from live recorded material in realtime.