1. How's your body move
    Hue, saturation, brightness?
    Create a language.
    colorbox.me

    Extracting out form/figure as much as possible from a visual creation, we are left with color in pure relationship allowing us to see clearly how hue, value and chroma relate, thus revealing the visual perceptive system. Finally, make it interactive-- and we begin to create a visual body language.

    Filmed in Haiku, Maui, Hawaii
    October 25th and Halloween
    Edited 11/11/11
    filmed almost entirely on an iPhone 4 (except for the shots where you see me holding the iphone)
    Trevlyn Sparks and I filmed

    The portable projector cases were designed and created by Scott Provonsha- and as you can see work phenomenally in the rain.

    Many Thanks:
    Paul Janes-Brown
    Akari Ueoka
    Shannon Wianecki
    Rita Goldman
    Lish Pepperjack
    Jonathon Mizel
    Jerry Isdale
    Nicole Bianchi
    Terry and Jacob Liberman
    Bryan Berkowitz
    Stephanie Sachs
    Trang Nguyen
    Ian Strickland
    Trevlyn Sparks

    The interactive colorbox environment built with Quartz Composer
    Macbook Pro
    inFocus Projectors N2113
    Kinect

    OSCeleton Tryplex: Sebastian Kox
    Color Arrays: Jerry Smith, Christopher Wright, Adam Fenn
    Gestures: Casey Scalf
    All the Kineme community
    George Toledo, Jaymie Strecker

    Colorbox Team:
    Scott Provonsha
    Michael Ryals
    Ben Holt

    Dedicated to Elly Nelson for her Grace, Presence and Light.

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  2. Face Us is a face projection performance about people's prejudice of race. The idea of "same but different" is what we try to convey in the project. Our team members have simliar appearance, Asian faces, but we actually grow up in different areas, from China, Singapore, New York to Taiwan. People think we belongs to the same race group, but each of us represents different ethnic and has different personality. In this work, we put two Asian women in front of the camera and use live projection to project one's face on the other, creating the illusion of face-off . You can see even they speak the same language, which is Mandarin, in front of the camera but they are different somehow. Made by Azure Qian/ China , Wen Lei Ng/ Singapore, Wyna Liu/ New York, Yu-Ting Feng/ Taiwan
    more information: feng-yuting.com/2013/02/24/face-us_projection-materials/

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