A realtime audio-visual performance:
Rynth uses parameters from real-time sound analysis to generate transformations and deformations of geometric primitives. Its dynamic surface texture is generated by incoming audio frequencies resulting in a synaesthetic surface modulation. The result morphing geometric construction pays homage to gyroscopic devices and anti-gravity mechanics.
Dome performance at Planetarium Artis, Amsterdam for Sonic Acts XIII - The Poetics of Space, Amsterdam 2010. Info can be found here: paulprudence.com/?p=63 and a review can be found here: paulprudence.com/?p=83
Screen versions performed at:
ISEA, Dortmund, 2010
NODE10, Frankfurt 2010
MFRU Festival, Ljubljana 2010
Flickr Stills can be found here: