Speaker: Gabriel Shalom
Lecture: Videomusic & Hypercubism
Audiovisual composition. Video games. Dimensional collapse. Hypercubism. The transformation of the object. Speculative simulations. Design fiction. Pixels and frames. Through the looking glass.
Gabriel’s audiovisual works are rhythmically edited compositions (videomusic) that explore the hidden musicality of everyday objects, unusual handmade electro-acoustic instruments, and manipulation of traditional instruments. In parallel to his art practice, he has developed Hypercubism, a theory of object-oriented aesthetics. Gabriel is also the creative director of KS12, a studio for experimental storytelling.
NODE13 dedicated the exhibition and symposium to the keytopic ‘The Rules’. Within this context we are seeking to investigate Code and Software as a shapeable, cosmoplastic material.
read more here: node13.vvvv.org/the-rules/
Thanks to:The NODE Team and Constantin Urban, Paoloreste Gelfo, Markus Haertel, Yannic Bill node.vvvv.org