The KarmetiK NotomotoN is a musical robot consisting of an array of beaters striking two drum heads. This video shows NotomotoN being put through its paces, demonstrating some of its speed-playing capabilities.
See http://www.karmetik.com and http://www.notomoton.com for more information.
NotomotoN: Designed by Michael Darling and Ajay Kapur with Jim Murphy, Dimitri Diakopoulos, and Jordan Hochenbaum.
#include red is base on specific relationships, on between what we hear and what we see.
This work is a result of thoughts on human’s audiovisual sense and how those two different visual and auditory senses related together and substitute each other.
Through the approach of substitutive relationship, the color red can be the substitute for the lowest frequency regarding audio frequency. It started with the simple imagination that red might be in low-frequency area if we listen the color red.
GRAYCODE, jiiiiin make a work in a particular imagination which in between visible and invisible based on the knowledge of science.
A sound, the original work medium, has a distinctive character, which contains time itself, invisible but real. They deal a sound the hidden things with the time, as a composer.
The view of contemporary physic become a good inspiration to make a sound, the artwork. Especially in particle physic, it understands the cosmos with time, space, and gravity, in their work, time, space, and sense are the most critical issues, to appreciate work.
The essential perception of work is researching the exploration of invisible phenomena and materials but existence, by the view of contemporary theory and expressing as artwork.
#include red, 75m x 16m 1,200m² ver. (2017)
#include red was created with openFrameworks (visuals) and Max/MSP, Max for Live and Supercollider (sound).
Artist : GRAYCODE, jiiiiin
Shoot : Yoosin Kim + JaeYoon Roh
support : AsiaCultureCenter(ACC), new.in.paper(NIP)