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The audiovisual project Beethoven recomposed commissioned by german broadcasting company WDR is a unique approach to make the music of Ludwig van Beethoven tangible for people with and without hearing impairment.

In order to let the whole audience experience a classical concert with their eyes, the symphony was translated into a visual journey through three generative worlds following the melodic motion, rhythm and changes of mood. These visuals were projected on a large monolitic canvas hanging above the orchestra. On each side of the canvas three LED strips were added to open up the stage scenery in form of the orchestral pit. While the projection aimed at telling a coherent story and reflect the narrative and emotional aspects of the music, the lower resolution and different light intensity of the led strips was used to convey the music in a rather didactive way.

Credits

Orchestra: WDR Funkhausorchester
Musical Direction: Wayne Marshall
Composition: Stefan Behrisch
Direction: Annechien Koerselmann
Idea: Katharina Höhne
Software & Visuals & Stage Design: schnellebuntebilder

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The audiovisual project Beethoven recomposed commissioned by german broadcasting company WDR is a unique approach to make the music of Ludwig van Beethoven tangible for people with and without hearing impairment.

In order to let the whole audience experience a classical concert with their eyes, the symphony was translated into a visual journey through three generative worlds following the melodic motion, rhythm and changes of mood. These visuals were projected on a large monolitic canvas hanging above the orchestra. On each side of the canvas three LED strips were added to open up the stage scenery in form of the orchestral pit. While the projection aimed at telling a coherent story and reflect the narrative and emotional aspects of the music, the lower resolution and different light intensity of the led strips was used to convey the music in a rather didactive way.

Credits

Orchestra: WDR Funkhausorchester
Musical Direction: Wayne Marshall
Composition: Stefan Behrisch
Direction: Annechien Koerselmann
Software & Visuals & Stage Design: schnellebuntebilder

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Interactive installation made by Nicholas Cheung & Claudia Paz

Light Garden is a permanent interactive landscape of light, sound and experience. It transports us into a magical world and reminds us of the early childhood fantasies that we used to create.

Light Garden is a playful combination of suspended flowers, projected floor petals and surreal sounds. Colourful shapes bounce off the glossy floor creating three-dimensional patterns of light. The complex interactive technology melts away, producing a real-world cinematic experience that is influenced by people moving through the space.

Credits

Concept & Art direction: Nicholas Cheung & Claudia Paz
Interactive programming: Chris Plant / Colour Burst
Sound design: Neil Spragg / Future Sound Design
Lighting Supplier: Astera LED
DMX control: e:cue
DMX Programmer: Ruby Rubenstahl
Light Content: Cesar Castro Paz
Contractor & Installer: MAS Contratistas Generales
Production: Nicholas Cheung & Arquileds
Client: Coorporacion EW
Location: Plaza Norte, Lima, Peru

credits Raresh, SunriseHub, NSYNK

Raresh set for Sunwaves live stream (instead of festival)
thanks to NSYNK for decklink

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credits CristiCons

CristiCons set for ResoluteNyc remote showcase
full stream at https://www.facebook.com/ReSoluteEventsNYC/videos/698614180908249/

ggml, Sunday, Apr 19th 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 3 comments  

credits autechre - bronchus24

my visuals are algorithmic compositions. I compose visual music with parameter morphings. shapes and process. many parameters at the same time, from which I expect different effects. from experience or as a new idea. some of these work in opposite directions and together create unexpected reactions. I can deal with these spontaneously and immediately with many midi controllers and pc keys that control the basic parameters. Five different visuals can easily be created in a few days and nights in a row. on a piece of music very different versions, of which I see: I don't have it yet. pointless to include the sixth version. at intervals, sometimes weeks later, I work on it again. and sometimes I see: that's it !! (music has many aspects: shape, energy, mood, tempo .. I try to visualize at least some of them at the same time)

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Music video
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credits Roberto Vitalini (@Bashiba) .:. Sebastiano Barbieri (@Noir) .:. www.bashiba.com

Zaryadye Concert Hall


BASHIBA Zaryadye https://vimeo.com/bashiba/organ

Inauguration of Zaryadye’s Concert Organ | 24 hours live concert
Zaryadye Concert Hall | Moscow | 29.02.2020

"The light will come to life, it will breathe and dance to the sounds produced by the organist, who will be center stage”
Daniele Finzi Pasca

Video memory by Roberto Vitalini, bashiba.com
I was part of the creative team and was present during the 24 hours. The concert offered many memorable moments, this is a mini memory, mainly for the purpose of remembering the work we have done and the fantastic skills of the organists (the sound is simply recorded with the built-in camera microphone, this is not a professional recording).

Organists in order of appearance: Winfried Boenig, Hiroko Inoue, Olivier Latry

24 Organists | 24 hours live concert | 10'000 spectators |
Sound-reactive lighting and generative video content by BASHIBA (Roberto Vitalini and Sebastiano Barbieri) for Compagnia Finzi Pasca.
bashiba.com/
finzipasca.com/en/
zaryadyehall.com/en/novosti/1926/

Bashiba, Tuesday, Mar 31st 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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As a long-term partner, we developed a range of presentation platforms for premium car manfufacturer BMW over the past years. Responsible for concept, technical planning, and software, we came up with solutions on show in Geneva, Paris, Shanghai, Frankfurt, Beijing or Toronto. Tailored to the individual models and their features, the combination of bespoke media content, presentation tools, and physical elements gave BMW’s product geniuses on site powerful means to conduct their pitches.

https://meso.design/en/projects/bmw-flexible-presenter-for-premium-car-manufacturer

(c) 2016 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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