Visualization of a track by Chris Arrell (chrisarrell.com) made for this purpose.
Programmed with Processing using non-linear code (producing a bifurcation), some of whose parameters took input from live manual movements.
Synchronization between images and sound was deliberately offset to address the viewer's sense of anticipation/expectation.
First shown at Alte Schmiede, Vienna, Austria (alte-schmiede.at) on Nov. 28th, 2014.
(Since vimeo doesn't always display the flickering lines too well, download is enabled and local playback recommended.
The lines jump from one side to the other between frames, which gives them an overall stable, balanced appearance. If this video is, however, played in an environment that cannot ensure this and instead drops frames, flickering becomes irregular, and the effect quite different - actually irritating.)
Video_65 has been shown at the Diagonale film festival in Graz/Austria in 2015, and at the M.I.T.'s film festival, among others.