Analog synth jam video featuring Paia Fatman connected via MIDI to Percussa AudioCubes via improvisor, free generative music software. Improvisor is an application that was built in Max/MSP 5 and which uses the free external for Max/MSP, to communicate with audiocubes hardware.
Presented at the Ontario College of Art and Design 2011 Thesis Show.
Operations is a computer generated audiovisual solo performance piece. The starting point for this piece is the programming of traditional drum machine grid patterns, a type of musical score.
ENTRE/ICI is a semi-generative audio video creation realized as an extra project inside a more long term pedagogical work with children working on a kind of photographical testimony about the transformations of their changing environment/neighborhood being renovated in the Quartier Croix Rouge, Reims, France.
The image creation relies on a video feedback loop with rotation, zooming, position displacement and contrast/luminosity/saturation modifications.
me, doing this.
Painting Wall is a participative vidéo composition. You move in front of the wall to draw picture, your body is like a pencil.
«Körperfelder» (Body Fields) by Michel Winterberg invites the viewer into a playful interaction: The exploratory movements of his hands and arms causes a visual communication with its representation.
An experiment using Rutt-Etra scan in Jitter on a liquid synth patch.
Trombinotron is an interactive installation made by Nicolas Roos and Guillaume Evrard.
The "Fraktal Glass Bead Game" installation is inspired on Hermann Hesse's famous book "The Glass Bead Game", where an advanced civilization had a group of gifted men dedicated to a spiritual, refined and sophisticated game, mixing music, culture and philosophy.
Umidade is a live interactive installation based on the Hades condemning of the Danaids (a Greek myth), where three performers (Ludmila Machado, Samir Andreoli and Stephane Paula) take a bath in front of four cameras, connected to two macbooks.
V-Module is a collection of Max for Live devices which can be interconnected to create potentially very complex real-time A/V processing chains within Ableton Live workflow, offering a Live-like interface to Jitter functionalities in Max.
The concept behind my Max/MSP patch “VJ 1.0!” was to make a computer’s keyboard behave similar to an electronic drum pad; however instead of sounding an audio file, each keystroke causes a streaming video file to cut to a specific spot in its timeline, allowing the user to manually "cut up" a video in real-time to the beat of a song.
VIZZable is a starting step to integrating the VIZZIE modules into Ableton Live using Max For Live. The VIZZIE modules have been converted to plugins and have kept their modular nature.