Zeitmaschine is an interactive video installation that projects the uncertainty of the future onto the past.
Music video for A Mural is Worth a Thousand Words by Heads., a noise-rock trio hailing from Australia and Germany, currently based in Berlin. A glitched-out expression of the song's aggression, the video is essentially a portrait which takes Heads.' lead vocalist Ed Fraser through a series of distorted transformations in an attempt to channel the music through the singer's on-screen image.
Entropia is an audiovisual performance, involving a spherical led filled structure, generative visuels, and for the sound part, a multi channel live act (ambisonics order 4) in which the composer uses spatialization, movement and real time effects applied throughout the entire sound field.
The core is a slitscan machine (thanks to Rob Ramirez for his help, in 2013...) I have been playing around with it since a couple of years and finally made it to the point of presenting it as an installation.
BeatLines 2 is a sample based step sequencer. Redesigned GUI | New DSP beat engine | New features.Features:
The International Transducer Orchestra is a project initiated By Koka Nikoladze, Bernt Isak Wærstad and Amund Ulvestad.
Max 7 is the middle man between OSC (UDP) messages from an Arduino Uno and Ableton Live.
I created a patch that reads the Wii XYZ values, sent them over to Jit.LCD to draw with the values.
It's possible to create musical sequences just moving one hand? I tried with this "work in progress" project. This is an early stage of the patches but I tried to do a little demonstration. There are many musical ideas behind each patch, starting from Theremin-like reading of acoustic samples going through more "conductor" style response of several multilayered track. More infos and developments coming soon.
Rose Engine is a piece of software for non objective filmmaking.
Pipilan is a program developed in Max for composing with gamelan and electronics (more information and downloadable version here).
Here is a messy patch of the Live-Coding I did at the Mandurah Stretch Festival on Saturday the 2nd of May 2015.
Created an interactive environment for participants to explore using their body as the controller for a fully immersive experience.
SIPA is a Stereoscopic Internal Projection Apparatus.