from BIG Screens Show (Feb. 2013) by NYU ITP at InterActiveCorp(IAC) building, New York.
GOEMUL is a live, audio-reactive video installation that features animations synced to live music. Built by Tony Lim and Mehan Jayasuriya with additional animations by Yinan Zhang.
GOEMUL was built using Processing, Java, MAX/MSP, Ableton Live and Animata. During the performance, Tony and Mehan will perform live music while various elements will animate in time with the music on the screens behind them.
The architecture of our everyday is nothing short of epic. Our horizon as well as individual icons are harnessed to express the frenetic, symmetrical and assymetrical beauty of this unique city. A kaleidoscope of manmade wonder, finally at the appropriate scale for NYC.
From the brown housing blocks to the gilded Woolworth, from the refined brownstone to the industrial warehouse, from the low slung dockyards to the crystalline monoliths of downtown NYC’s cultural character and rich history live in these shapes and forms.
A critical matter of where you stand shapes the intimacy you share with the infrastructure. This piece is a study of our collective relationships with New York City.
Dulphe Pinheiro Machado
Original Score by Ramesh Srivastava
formerly known as PUSSY AVALANCHE
by Rose Schlossberg and Johann Diedrick
presented at BIG SCREENS at IAC March 1st 2013