"Refraction of Your Gaze by Indeterminate Variables is an effort to interface sound with the visible spectrum by digital and analog means. The project draws upon Newton’s theory of light, Kandinsky’s spiritual and utopian visions of painting, and the phenomenological experimentation of Olafur Eliasson. A collage of field recording, synth sounds, and slide tray noise, ROYGBIV unfolds as colored light is read with discrete sensors. A slide projector reproduces images of the natural world and prisms refract light into its constituent elements. The composition is based on the signature of these combinations."

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ITP NIME 2010

Nisma Z Plus

These videos are from the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) performance at Glasslands in Brooklyn, NY on December 14, 2010. NIME is taught at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) by Greg Shakar with the support of Jeremiah Johnson,…


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These videos are from the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) performance at Glasslands in Brooklyn, NY on December 14, 2010. NIME is taught at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) by Greg Shakar with the support of Jeremiah Johnson, Paul Rothman and Ariel Nevarez. The performances were videotaped by Alexander Kozovski, Minette Mangahas and Nisma Zaman, and the videos were edited by Nisma. Thanks to Jeff Howard for the Canon 5D settings help! Also check out Calli Higgins' photos from the night: flickr.com/photos/callihiggins/sets/72157625607435640/

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