1. cambiantes, 1976

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    A computer dance for video, made to be seen in a dark room, 1976. Uma computer dance composta para ser vista numa sala escura, 1976..

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    • performance 0-45, 1998

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      A performance based on the computer dance 0-45 and the sound of Brazilian music Samba presented at Instituto Itau Cultural at São Paulo, Brazil in 1998. Uma performance baseada na coreografia 0-45 e o som ao vivo de percursao brasileira, apresentada no Instituto Itau Cultural, São Paulo, 1998.

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      • Adam Donovan Robotic Sound Lens Sculpture 2012

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        Please watch with stereo audio and full screen! The sound recording is slightly binaural so you will get a better impression of the focused sound if you listen with headphones. This artwork uses is a highly directional beam of sound almost like a laser. The work does not use a normal speaker but rather it is made of many small ultrasound speakers that cause some funky physics stuff and creates sound out of thin air. The work can only be heard when it is either pointing directly at you or reflecting of a wall. In more detail below-- This artwork incorporates a parametric array mounted on a gimbal for human tracking. The work also serves as a performance device to track aspects of my own body to compose music. The Robot Sound Lens Sculpture is one of 3 new works I am developing for exhibitions and performances in 2012. The work uses the Kinect camera to track members of an audience through space projecting various memory soundscapes also based on movement. This artwork expands on research into parametric arrays done 2001 while artist in residence at the Defence Science and Technology Organization in South Australia. My sound lens artworks series began in 1996 evolving from previous sculptures using optics. The lens in its most simple form is a representation of a point of view while at the same time it is a real device used in physics to peer into the extents of the known Universe and also within the human body. We all form types of lenses by the way in which we develop our perception of the world. http://www.adamdonovan.net/ additional work in progress http://adamdonovan.net/Adam%20Donovan%20soundlazer.html Interview with Adam Donovan - scientific-serendipity http://filter.org.au/in-other-words/scientific-serendipity/adam-donovan-interview/

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        • "In the Loop - Art & Technology" Episode 11 with musician and performing artist, Rick Walker

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          Mini documentary and live performing art with musician, Rick Walker. at CTV - Santa Cruz Community TV. "In the Loop - Art & Technology" is a monthly show produced by Denise Gallant. Computer graphics by Tim Thompson and David Tristram. Editing and effects by Denise Gallant. Live CTV show directed by Ron Powell. Camera: The CTV crew and additional cameras by Kevin Monahan and Denise Gallant.

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          • Reynir Hutber, Room 237, Video documentation of interactive video installation, 2009

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            http://reynirhutber.blogspot.com This video documents interactive new media installation, 'Room 237'. The view into 'Room 237' was blocked by a false wall with a clinical soap dispenser mounted on it. Before entering the installation, visitors were encouraged to clean their hands using the antibacterial gel provided. Above the soap dispenser, an embossed plaque read: 'Strictly No Photography', a sign common to art galleries, military institutions and state detention centres. In the next space there was a monitor mounted on the left-hand wall. When visitors looked into the monitor, they saw a live relay of themselves filmed from behind, with their turned backs framed in an open doorway. They could now also see the formerly concealed space on the opposite side of the doorway, where a naked body was crouched against the wall, twitching slightly with its face in its hands. The body was a looped and filtered recording of the artist, posed so that its age, health and gender were indeterminate. If the visitor looked for the body directly, they would not find it; it was a kind of digital mirage that could only be witnessed through mediation. The work continued an interest in social visibility and responsibility and marked a development of the live video-compositing technique first used in 'Private View' 2008. 237 was the number of the studio in the art institution where the installation was sited: it is also the number of the hotel room in Kubrick's version of 'The Shining' where the caretaker stacked the bodies of his murdered family. Room 237 is one outcome of an ongoing body of research. Areas have included the ethics of war photography; how human suffering is represented and the related notions of endurance, transcendence and authenticity in the work of Chris Burden and Marina Abramovic. http://reynirhutber.blogspot.com

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            • Little Horse Performance Bleeding Caramel

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              Little Horse Performance: Bleeding Caramel, 2 min. excerpt from 17 min. live performance, NY, Brooklyn, 2012 Wireless Sensors and Programming Assistance Ken Campbell Through the wireless sensors technology of the proboscis Pinocchio nose that I wear I control and alter live the appearance of the videos and the sound in the space.

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              • First Operatic Vision of Excess

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                First Vision, 2 min. excerpt from 17 min. live performance, AxeNeo7, Gatineau, Qc., Canada, 2012 Through the wireless sensors technology of the proboscis Pinocchio nose that I wear I control and alter live the appearance of the videos in the space. Wireless Sensors and Programming Assistance Ken Campbell

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                • making of Unsquare Dance, 2007

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                  For more informations access http://www.visgraf.impa.br/unsquare-dance. Para mais informacões acesse: http://www.visgraf.impa.br/unsquare-dance.

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                  • striptease, 1997

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                    this video creation is a result of the use of meditation to edit the images. There is no script, only the introspection to select the image sequence. Peeling off the clothes and the skin, we enter inside the body in its physical and emotional universe.

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                    • You, 2010

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                      an interactive art work based on the involuntary body movements like the heart beat

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