All Is Domain was a final undergraduate work I produced at COFA (UNSW) in 2010.
Exp.Ins.X " Exp.Ins.X" is an interactive installation and experimental instrument that incorporates projection and sound generated by a wireless box made of wood, plexiglas, electronic components and custom touch sensors.
Installation for four white lasers and sound Powerful laser beams draw a floating white object on a thirty meter wide and six meter high wall in a completely dark space, slowly evolving shapes, edges and curves of shimmering, pulsating light. Sometimes the shapes are barely visible, sometimes they explode into extreme brightness.
Multimediale installation Pavel Gudimov Art Center Ya Gallery Kiev Organized on the initiative and in partnership with Goethe-Institut in Ukraine Curated by Alevtina KakhidzeAfter forty two days of house arrest Xavier de Maistre wrote, "They have prevented me from going out into a town, a country - but they have left to me the entire universe".
This installation sets up the rebirth of cloned creatures, their wandering and their sound epic.
The Shooting Gallery An Interactive Film / Music Installation by Bill Morrison and Richard Einhorn BAM's 30th Next Wave Festival Running Time: 50min The Shooting Gallery is an Interactive Film / Music Installation by Bill Morrison and Richard Einhorn in which the audience will trigger short video and audio clips with laser pointers while circulating through the theater.
The project was a massive moon-shaped lantern whose form was designed by LEAD (Laboratory for Exploratory Art and Design) and whose lighting was designed and implemented by LEDARTIST Ltd.
Presented at the Ontario College of Art and Design 2011 Thesis Show.
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.
hiddenTouch - Bachelor Project by Martin Feigel Motivation Of all the human senses, touch is perhaps the most pervasive.
Rat King is a 3 part project, by Alex Nathanson, which includes a performance, video and sound installation, and single channel video. The performance component is a collaboration with composer and violinist Dylan Neely. The project explores the paranoia that comes with sharing your living space with mice or rats. Even the smallest rustle causes your mind to jump to the conclusion that some creature is behind the cabinet or under the bed, regardless of whether or not it may actually be present.
An installation for a 4 channel system of loudspeakers and papers.
« … the basis of existence comprises three elements: this, the impediment and that.
Nimmersatt – das Spiel mit den Hungrigen! (interactive operation) (Insatiable – The Game With The Hungry Ones) by Michel Winterberg An interactive mechanical sound installation with 25 pots and lids, 25 servo-motors, two speakers, a Mac mini, Kinect and Arduino Mega. "Nimmersatt" was exhibited in the store window of the second-hand store Glubos, Rappoldshof 12 in Basel, Switzerland, from January 10 to February 29, 2012.
«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 installation commissioned by the Dutch AV company Tree-On for the launch of a new Peugeot car in The Netherlands. The installation uses Kinect depth data to reveal parts of the dashboard of the Peugeot 208 in stereoscopic 3D.
This public art installation transforms the parking garage of the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts (Kansas City, MO) into an instrument of light and sound, a complementary venue to the performances at the Center.
Trombinotron is an interactive installation made by Nicolas Roos and Guillaume Evrard.
This is a study in human thought processes of discomfort.
For the Rotterdam Museumnight Rnul made this interactive sound and light installation where people could participate in.
Here is a run through of the setup for the laser controlled music thingy! This is not how it sounds as it is just ticking over whilst I am filming and when I do play it I only have one hand free! The basic premise is this; Light dependent resistors (up to 16 of them) are stimulated by lights and lasers passing over them and the change in resistance is measured by an Arduino Mega and sent over USB to a laptop running Window 7. The data streams are processed by OSC and Max/MSP, converted and sent to a variety of sound sources.
The CTM4 (Colour Tracking Music for Four Colours) was created as my final major project for a BSc Music Technology degree, completed in May 2011.