installation for piano parts and LEDs
Anticipating John Cage’s more famous “silent” piece 4’33’’ by thirty years, Erwin Schulhoff’s (1894-1942) In Futurum for solo piano (1919) is nothing but rests in both hands, supplemented by question mark articulations, cryptic smiles made of slurs, and cheeky directions (“play the whole piece with expression and feeling freely, always, to the very end!“).
Video is from a performance by Rodrigo Constanzo using snare/percussion/objects, The Party Van, and DMX lights filmed by Angela Guyton at Bacon Jam Collective on 9 December 2015.In the performance The Party Van and the DMX lights are being controlled by a Max patch which moves through different interaction/behavior types (ranging from one-to-one onset=color mapping, to more complex interactions based on automatic recording/playback). In addition to the defined interaction/behavior types there is a body of prerecorded light patterns (flashes, blips, and heart rate throbs) that were recorded by Angela using a separate Max patch which selects a grid of pixels from a larger image and uses that as the pool of available colors in a kind of color granular synth.
It uses mostly random generators.
A permanent exhibition at Zaans museum.
inspired by Robert Henke's "Fragile Territory", I use max/msp to generate/mix audio waves for controlling the galvanometers inside the laser projectors and to generate the graphic by jitter and some simple kaleido and fractal effects. Inspired by the oldest photographic printing process "cyanotype", laser dye is an optical dyeing method that makes digital fabric printing process possible at home, by hacking the conventional laser projector (with galvanometers), it is turned into an optical fabric printer, hence the users are able to laser print single color graphic on fabric or 3d objects in massive sizes (150*150cm at this moment).
Overwhelmed by pain, shock, or grief, these three actions demonstrate how we may lose control of our physical bodies, revealing just how fragile we are. Video documents performance at the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) in Denton, TX on Sept.
metronome patch keeps time.
The "Super-Looper" is a work in progress project.
Uses Max to get all the guitar tones you're not sure you want.
Linda and Lauren's final project using MAX/MSP to create patch that changes music when you click on different colors to draw.
In folklore and parapsychology, a poltergeist (German for "noisy ghost") is a type of ghost or other supernatural being supposedly responsible for physical disturbances, such as loud noises and objects being moved or destroyed.
Skin Music (2012) is an intimate work that explores the relationships between sound and physical sensation from the listener’s perspective.
In this final project I have created a patch to where I use an APC 40 to destroy music with.
It is a system that allows metalcore guitarists to bust out generic guitar tracks to a series of 5 loops stored in an Ableton project.
The work, realized by Project ENTER's Artistic Group, is the result of a path shared by 12 creatives: Alessandro Martinello, Alessio Navarra, Enrico Previato, Giorgia Poletto, Jonathan De Checchi, Luca Scapellato, Marco Zocca, Massimiliano Rossetto, Nadir Mognato, Nicola Lotto, Riccardo Franchi, Valentina Bazzanella. An experience of collective conception and realisation.
Hear the rainbow is a synaesthetic interactive sonification system designed to turn colour into sound by emulating the way our brain and body processes colour.
GOLS is a sequencer that uses Conway's Game Of Life to generate rhythmic patterns and trigger samples.