The voice of the machine: Listen to the wide variety of timbres, rhythm, and textures that come out of a simple feedback loop and ONLY a 1 second delay—no other processing besides moving my body and objects in front of the speaker.
Developed while in residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, at I-Park, and at the Atlantic Center for the Arts again.
Long raw demonstration video of embedded micro-controller version at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in summer 2016:
This is a set of six variations Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 (BWV 1007), especially the famous opening motive. These silent videos are presented as musical graphic scores, meant to be interpreted more subjectively than traditional notation. Continue reading →
An immersive audiovisual composed improvisational environment. The performance is structured to juxtapose rubbing (horizontal) and striking (vertical) gestures. All digital sound is sampled from the percussion live during the performance. All video is a live processed feed of the percussionist’s arms at work, exploded into full textures that immerse the audience in the sensation of the actions that are causing the sounds they hear.
Performance at the 2016 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF) at the Abrons Arts Center in downtown Manhattan.