f(x) is an audiovisual exploration of 3-dimensional continuous spatial functions derived from the concept of continuous valued cellular automata. The functions form the basis for sound and visual synthesis mappings that create a complex and dynamic parameter network. The audio and the visuals are independent from each other both physically and conceptually and the reciprocal influence flows in boths ways in a non-linear manner. The segmentation of the visual space and acoustic time is controlled in the performance by affecting the behavior of the automata world in real time to reveal the complex, organic three-dimensional patterns that emerge and modifying the mapping space in response to them. The spatialization concentrates on composition and transformation of ambisonic fields rather than point sources. The audio and visual synthesis as well as the performance interface have all been developed and implemented in open source software (SuperCollider, liblo, OpenGL).

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