"Inside Out" - Intermedia Performance-Installation
Montréal en Lumière/Nuit Blanche/Montréal New Music Festival
@Goethe Institut Montréal, 28.02.2015, 8pm-2am.

More Info: insideout-project.com

"Inside Out" is a networked intermedia performance-installation by Marlon Schumacher, Graham Boyes and John Sullivan. Inside Out aims to confront the spectator with the conflicting ideologies of privacy, freedom and communication exemplified by internet culture. A photo booth and telephone booth will serve as interaction terminals gathering and recombining data from visitors to create an audiovisual environment in three interrelated rooms: Realtime 2D/3D graphics rendering on multiple projection screens, computer vision techniques, STT/TTS, interactive control of topological spatialization and descriptor-based audio synthesis.

Teaser Video Credits: Audréane Beaucage and June Barry.

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Inside Out

Marlon Schumacher

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Vimeo channel for works related to "Inside Out", a networked intermedia performance-installation, created by Marlon Schumacher, with Graham Boyes and John Sullivan. Inside Out aims to confront the spectator with the conflicting ideologies of privacy, freedom and society exemplified by internet culture. A photo booth and telephone booth will serve as interaction terminals gathering and recombining data from visitors to create an audiovisual environment in three interrelated rooms.

Created for the Nuit Blanche/Montréal en Lumière/Montreal New Music Festival 2015.
Presented by Goethe-Institut Montréal, on February 28, 2015, 8pm-2am.

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