"Gaze," by Roopa Vasudevan
Performed at Glasslands Gallery
December 9, 2012
"Gaze" is a performance piece designed to serve as a commentary on misogyny in American society, through the remixing and re-appropriation of popular music and culture. The piece was created using Microsoft's Kinect sensor, Max/MSP, and Processing.
"Gaze" was created for New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) during the Fall 2012 semester at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Video shot by Monica Bate, Todd Bryant, and Maria Paula Saba; sound recording by Mark Kleback; edited by Ann Chen. Special thanks to Merche Blasco, Antonius Wiriadjaja and Nick Yulman.
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