(Note: due to the screen-capture process the video quality is lower than in real live.)
Point-to-Line is a research into the movement from discreet to continuous in sound and image, and at the same time an exercise in restriction, pulse and color. Point-to-Line is inspired by Angela Bulloch’s work Macroworld: One Hours3 and Canned, focussing on the idea of de-contextualizing moving-image pixels through extreme amplification, extending this into the sound medium and then re-contextualizing this, recreating purpose. Going from meditation to excitement, from point to line. Taking elements from algorithmic composition, Point-to-Line can be seen as an installation as well as a performance; this is part of the research: giving control of a time-based experience to the audience or placing it in the hands of a performer.
This is an automatic version. Selection of patterns (blue, red, lines, blocks etc) and changes in speed are randomly chosen by the software within certain rules.