Chroma Crypt v1.0 // Philippe Blanchard & Peter Rahul (2013)
Developed with a particular interest in bridging old and new moving image technologies (analog video mixers and 3D video games), Chroma Crypt is an experiment in animation as a live and performative art form. Feedback is a vital formal element of the piece: it is generated and manipulated in real-time through 80s analog video mixers, and incorporated via live keying and mixing. The video game—a psychedelic cave-like environment designed collaboratively by Rahul and Blanchard in Unity—adds another performative layer to the piece, allowing the viewer to navigate the environment from a first-person perspective.
Music by Charanjit Singh
Made with Unity (http://unity3d.com)
This 78 min video is the edit of an audiovisual performance made by Emil Bardh, Olof Schröder, Emmanuel and Jonatan Moreno at New Media Meeting 2009 using Ableton Live and Resolume.
Hear the image. See the sound. The video is the result of an experiment in letting audio and visual loops come together in a live performance. The concept is to allow sound and image to interact in order to create a synchronized experience.
- Emil Bardh, Olof Schröder, Emmanuel Moreno & Jonatan Moreno
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