Experiment in generating and manipulating feedback using custom Isadora patches. Feedback Form \'Take 11\' is a record of a live analogue video stream, manipulated using isadora, to cultivate a certain kind of video feedback.
Video feedback usually entails a camera pointed at a screen, with the resulting image being the screen echoing into the distance in a fractal fashion. This experiment uses a patch designed to intercept the video feed, and reveal only the changes in the feed from one frame to the next. These changes ('difference') are highlighted red, yellow and blue, with a few frames delay between each, whilst everything else is hidden. Thus what we see in each instance is not the video feed, but the changes between each frame - the hidden - which then feedback into the stream. It is like injecting UV solution into an animal to reveal the bacteria in its gut. Indeed, the feedback in this experiment behaves in a bacterial manner, beginning with the \'solution\' being agitated by the cursor onscreen.