Installation idea – lasers or light beams connecting floor to ceiling in a space, notes change as people walk through them. They could either be seen with naked eye or only through special glasses.
Some sketches to visualise the What Goes Around objects that may feature in the final installation. From spacecraft to insekts [sic], these are initial drawings of what may have been sent back to us from space.
Welcome to Liberty City – my first videomapping experiment, creating a ‘future cityscape’ for What Goes Around Comes Around.
Music: Special Request – Adel Crag Microdot
Some initial ideas for the futuristic city ‘set’ for What Goes Around Comes Around.
Testing two projectors.
The skyline (section)
Triggering and processing various video clips using MIDI controller & keyboard
And the source material (click to view animations)…
Today I have been re-examining the the design for the Space Rock audio player, based on the concept suggested by the Oblique Strategies app that I installed recently: Use fewer notes.
“Oblique strategies is a set of cards created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt used to break deadlocks in creative situations. Each card contains a (sometimes cryptic) remark that can help you resolve a creative dilemma. Whenever you’re stuck you draw a card and ponder how it applies to your situation.”
Something I have been meaning to experiment with for a while – a simple animation of some of the phone collages I have created for my Happy Half Hours. The first one is Interference Patterns (full Flickr set here).
Another idea for an audio player from outer space, that could be 3D printed or made interactive within VR.
A more robust prototype, testing out both square and rounded edges.