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A while ago this unfinished piece came towards us by our long time friend MAV / Mischa van der Bilt (Scientific). As always Mav proves to master spacecraft technologies, without the apparent requirements of rocket science studies. Just sit back, listen and go on with your life.
This synthetic woven sound texture takes us up close to a shimmering examination of the unknown, impressions and reflections from our only star, mother of all life and energy we know.
The final piece of music will be part of a new upcoming album, we cannot wait to explore.
credits vvvv group, dx11 pack by vux, glass shader by antokhio, volumetric spotlight by mburk
Cyspe released this floating interlude "MindScape" two years ago on the excellent Rhythm Büro imprint, finding itself in the company of three pounding tracks on the "After This World EP".
The atmospherics take us deep down to an imaginary coral rich field, unaffected by flocks of fabric, its colors smoothly departing to the surface. While this environment may appear somewhat eery, it unfolds calmly, unaffected by its own decay.
We are in the year 2020. Stay tuned!
Listen to the entire EP: After This World - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTJPI4-Jizk&list=PL1MoSDr91Gcct0QTu8_ahufhQCC05raXA
credits vvvv group dx11 pack by vux, dx11.particles by tmp , instancenoodles & fieldtrip (3D vectorfields & noise) by everyoneishappy
credits DROUGHT SPA (Oakland)
Made in part using VL
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Return the Eye is a project that combines installation, text, sound, and video, with a remote viewing system that telematically conjoins viewers. These works consider visibility, the elastic ontology of virtual images and the weaponization of optical technologies.
An online experience, Return the Eye collects user data generated by visitors, which then enact audio-visual transformations in real time. Simultaneously, three user-controlled cameras situated in the gallery operate as a portal to surveil installed objects referencing machine intelligence, ecology, and state violence.
As an extremely long-form composition, sonic parameters are shaped by user interaction with the website (clicks, click+drag, mouse location, what you're clicking on, phone movement). Our hope is that people synchronize their visits to the website with others, as the sonic output of this is something like a collaborative, networked synthesizer, where multiple people shape different parameters of the sound simultaneously.
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Enjoy here: Return the Eye → → Live until Feb 28.
credits Concept, Design, Patching, Production and Video: BADABOOMBERLIN
It's the first 100% GAMMA project with exported "Executeable" of BADABOOMBERLIN
With its latest project in collaboration with Münchner Stadtmuseum, BADABOOMBERLIN transforms illustrations from the theater´s archives into a lively installation.
The viewer can turn him/herself into a child, a dancer, and many other characters, that reveal surprising metamorphosis, becoming new material for improvisation and play with the others.
The installation should be presented on September 2020 but there is a pandamic going on so premiere hopefully will be on summer 2021 and it will become part of the permanent collection at the museum.
The kinetic light installation “Nymphéas” is inspired by the lyrical images of ponds overgrown with water lilies by whose side poets and artists have spent countless hours in contemplation of clean, cold flowers.
Kykeon is an immersive virtual reality experience exploring shamanism as a way to reimagine our current society. Inspired by an ancestral knowledge and wisdom, it invites the audience to take a part in a new ritual.
concept, creation, creative direction | Mária Júdová
choregrapher | Taneli Törmä
dancers | Tanzmainz / Staatstheater Mainz, Amber Pansters, Bojana Mitrović, Finn Lakeberg, Milena Wiese, Zachary Chant
sound designer | Alexandra Timpau
VFX support | Florian Friedrich / Narranoid
HW support | Marko Júda
producer | Mara Nedelcu
co-producers | Motion Bank / Hochschule Mainz, Sensorium festival
project title, logo design | Constantine Nisidis
videographers | Andreas Etter, Erik Čermák, Ivona Lichá, Lucia Byšfyová
sound recordist | René Bošeľa / Môlča Records
gong performer | Stanislav Abrahám
script editor | Salwa dor Carmenaissa
credits Nils Weger (phlegma), Christine Mayerhofer (ravel), Jan Mayerhofer (Hoerfeld), Sebastian Hohberg (Hoerfeld)
view full show athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ckq2Sn75qtg
The light sculpture hangs above the heads of the spectators is 8 meters high. The animated light moves in complete symbiosis with the music, which combines electronic sounds with classical instruments.
In four acts, the audience in the Dreikönigskirche follows the change of society through the digitalization of our lives.
The digital lifestyle is illuminated artistically. The story begins with the early days of the computer, a mechanical calculating machine. It tells of machines becoming faster and faster and more and more high-resolution, until they are finally more powerful than their designers and users in many areas. The border between the digital and analogue world becomes blurred.
Among other things, human dimensions of change, our permanent interaction with machines and their algorithmic filter worlds, emotional highs and lows, and the speed of life in the digital age are addressed.
Where will this journey take us?
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