A real-time, interactive video projection and sound installation.
Two kaleidoscopes and closed-circuit cameras are installed around the museum. Slow-moving electric motors cause the kaleidoscopes to spin and swing, while the cameras capture the images for projection onto the walls of a hexagonal room. The motion of the kaleidoscopes and the constantly-changing input ensure that the image is always new, continuously transforming everyday scenes from inside and out of the museum into surrealistically moving wallpaper. The audio part is made by my friend Ben Houge: Audio signals from two microphones are fed into a computer running custom software created in Max/MSP. Environmental sounds are delayed, pitch-shifted, and filtered, transforming them into hovering harmonies, swooping glissandi, and pulsing rhythms. Real-time, algorithmic audio manipulation allows the sound to continually change and evolve without looping...
More work please see chenhangfeng.com, www. benhouge.com

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