Dust & Pixels

Dust & Pixels · Dec 2009

midi-controlled software

a ‘live animation’ research project concerned with the relations between sound, space, speed, rhythm and movement, enabling sound-reactive visuals to be generated on the fly in response to an audio source, in real-time. D&P has been inspired by my experience of traveling: rhythm, patterns, repetitions, dynamism from the real world.


Visual Silence

Visual Silence · Aug 2009

responsive audiovisual installation

Visual Silence is a video installation that is responsive to the ambiant noise surrounding it; the spectators’ sounds and movements are picked up, digitised, and split up into frequency bands that are visualised as an array of horizontal lines.


Webpage shredder · Apr 2008

net.art

The Webpage shredder processes and shreds webpages into 100 chars-long chunks. Accepts any standard URL as an input.

http://projects.ctrl-n.net/webpage-shredder/


Synchromy

Synchromy · Jan 2007

responsive audiovisual installation

Synchromy is an interactive video installation relying on motion tracking technology to place the spectator at the heart of a creative process: like an interactive Supremacist painting that would react to the quality of motion expressed by spectators, Synchromy adapts its own visual dynamics to the bodily rhythm showed by the audience, who develops in real-time a pictorial work of which they can start to understand the sense and own it by becoming progressively more conscious of their gestures in front of the work, and thus explore new sorts of reaction between motion and image.


Chanson d'Automne

Chanson d´Automne · Feb 2005

net.art

Coded message in a Google search; “Chanson d´Automne” is an allusion to the coded messages used during WWII to help organise the freedom movement. Thus, the first stanza of Paul Verlaine´s poem announced the imminence of Normandy landings, on the 6th of June 1944. It is the whole poem that is quoted in this work; however it is decomposed over 4 HTML pages, each of them electronically stored on a server physically located in one the 4 countries that took part in the Overlord operation (U.S.A., Canada, United-Kingdom and France).


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