VOS is an installation consisting of a large projection of an image that is filtered by custom software. The full image is subdivided into 10 x 8 squares by the software in various ways over time. These and smaller sections of the image are sampled to produce sounds that are distributed to 4 channels and played on speakers positioned in each of the 4 corners of the room. The software cycles through 8 phases, each with its own filter variations.
“Voice of Sisyphus” is a multimedia installation by George Legrady (http://www.georgelegrady.com) with image analysis, sound synthesis and spatialization software development by Ryan McGee (http://www.ryanmcgee. com) and audio-visual composition software development by Joshua Dickinson. (http://www.amusesmile.com) A detailed technical description of the soni cation can be found at: http://www.lifeorange.com/writing/ McGee_ICAD_2012.pdf
The installation premiered in the “George Legrady Refraction” solo exhibition at the Edward Cella Gallery in Los Angeles from November 5th, 2011 to February 4th, 2012 (http:// http://www.edwardcella.com/exhibition/30/ exhibition_works/2078). It was then featured at Nature Morte Gallery, Berlin (2012); Beall Center for Art + Technol- ogy, UC Irvine (2013), Chronus Art Center, Shanghai (2015); “Datumsoria”, ZKM, Karlsruhe (2017-2018)