Category Archives: interactive/media art

Les Cartes: (I make (therefore) I am)

Les Cartes

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Statement:

“Les Cartes” is a user printed sleeve for artist business cards. The surface modeling contains the data of an audio spectral analysis of the phrases “I am” and “I make”. The reference of course is to Descartes “I think therefore I am” recontextualized into the age of distributed originality as “I am (therefore) I make.”

Starting from the idea of visualizing the invisible, one may imagine also the inherent modulation of that original by its successive regeneration, a procedure whereby ‘scanning’ the card (holder) to extract it’s voice results only in distant echoes of the presence of any ‘original’. Scan, convert, print, and repeat, leading to emergent forms of concrete poetry where new sounds, new objects, new meanings, arise from the reproduction of the ghost in the machine.

Les Cartes: (I make (therefore) I am)

Les Cartes

check dimensions

Statement:

“Les Cartes” is a user printed sleeve for artist business cards. The surface modeling contains the data of an audio spectral analysis of the phrases “I am” and “I make”. The reference of course is to Descartes “I think therefore I am” recontextualized into the age of distributed originality as “I am (therefore) I make.”

Starting from the idea of visualizing the invisible, one may imagine also the inherent modulation of that original by its successive regeneration, a procedure whereby ‘scanning’ the card (holder) to extract it’s voice results only in distant echoes of the presence of any ‘original’. Scan, convert, print, and repeat, leading to emergent forms of concrete poetry where new sounds, new objects, new meanings, arise from the reproduction of the ghost in the machine.

Corner Monster | video documentation

The Corner Monster is a collaborative project supporting the independent research of Suk Kyoung Choi and Mark Nazemi, current graduate students at the School of Interactive Arts & Technology at Simon Fraser University. Statement The Corner Monster is process-led research

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Corner Monster | video documentation

The Corner Monster is a collaborative project supporting the independent research of Suk Kyoung Choi and Mark Nazemi, current graduate students at the School of Interactive Arts & Technology at Simon Fraser University. Statement The Corner Monster is process-led research

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NAUTILOPIANO: Sound Drawing Interface

> go to see nautilopiano Instruction: Click and drag mouse, and press keyboard keys “a,s,d,f,g,h,j,k,l,;” to create sounds. Press ‘q’ to restart. For a different background option, press “background” button. ——————- Built with Processing. >>> nautilopiano performance nautilopiano_firstVersion_UML_diagram nautilopiano_revisedVersion_UML_diagram ——————————————————

NAUTILOPIANO: Sound Drawing Interface

> go to see nautilopiano Instruction: Click and drag mouse, and press keyboard keys “a,s,d,f,g,h,j,k,l,;” to create sounds. Press ‘q’ to restart. For a different background option, press “background” button. ——————- Built with Processing. >>> nautilopiano performance nautilopiano_firstVersion_UML_diagram nautilopiano_revisedVersion_UML_diagram ——————————————————

Duality 1: Train vs Sunset

Duality 1: Train vs Sunset October 2006 Two video projections on two 4 ft. strips of drafting vellum hung from ceiling to floor 4 ft. apart. +++ two images of night trains in a dark field, an accelerated time sunset

Duality 1: Train vs Sunset

Duality 1: Train vs Sunset October 2006 Two video projections on two 4 ft. strips of drafting vellum hung from ceiling to floor 4 ft. apart. +++ two images of night trains in a dark field, an accelerated time sunset

The Moira Project (second version) @ the Artlife Gallery

The Moira Project @ the Artlife Gallery October, 2008 public interaction with the moira installation character/animation designed in 3ds Max, RFID tracking of rapid prototyped scultprual <<< models of moira group >>> Credit: programming (C# and the XNA Libraries for

The Moira Project (second version) @ the Artlife Gallery

The Moira Project @ the Artlife Gallery October, 2008 public interaction with the moira installation character/animation designed in 3ds Max, RFID tracking of rapid prototyped scultprual <<< models of moira group >>> Credit: programming (C# and the XNA Libraries for

Pulse (video documentation)

sculptural+auditory interactive installation @ MADT Festival 2009, Closet Gallery, ACAD Software: Processing (JMyron,WebCamXtra) +++ I first imagined these huge, giant pipes filled with red fluids, pumping extremely as you jump harder and maybe somebody could make it overflow on the

Pulse (video documentation)

sculptural+auditory interactive installation @ MADT Festival 2009, Closet Gallery, ACAD Software: Processing (JMyron,WebCamXtra) +++ I first imagined these huge, giant pipes filled with red fluids, pumping extremely as you jump harder and maybe somebody could make it overflow on the

see.saw video documentation (2009)

@ the Illingworth Kerr Gallery (May 13 – 23, 2009), Calgary Software: chaotic line drawing in  Processing(TUIO Client), real time ambient sound sampling and delayed playback in max/msp, touch sensitive tracking in Community Core Vision (CCV)/tbeta Hardware: 80/20 +++ see.saw

see.saw video documentation (2009)

@ the Illingworth Kerr Gallery (May 13 – 23, 2009), Calgary Software: chaotic line drawing in  Processing(TUIO Client), real time ambient sound sampling and delayed playback in max/msp, touch sensitive tracking in Community Core Vision (CCV)/tbeta Hardware: 80/20 +++ see.saw