1. "Le croquette"

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    Video source for "Le Croquette" . Final Project for my Certificated in Sensors Bulidings and Programing Language at HarvestWorks Digital Arts Center. Design and Developed with Arduino, Max/msp-Jitter, LDR Sensors and Maxuino. New York City, 2010.

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    • Hyphen Hub Digital Salon Performance July 2014

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      from Composer Terry Dame / Added

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      • Basso Images (NYC Harvestworks Mix)

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        from Zlatko Cosic / Added

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        The Basso Images project is an improvised audio/visual experience that is realized in real time, through collaboration between video artist and double bassist/composer. The video artist creates a visual montage from a variety of original video footage, including local images, and is processed and mixed in the moment, responding to the sounds produced by the double bassist/composer. The double bassist creates an audio environment through the real-time digital processing of the sounds produced on the double bass. This creates a unique, mesmerizing, symbiotic relationship that contributes to a truly immersive artwork. Brad Decker - double bass and computer Zlatko Ćosić - videos, live processing and projections post-production EYEPRODUCTION www.eyeproduction.com Harvestworks, New York City, June 4, 2014 eyeproduction.com/projects/bassoimages www.braddecker.org and www.zlatkocosic.com

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        • Behind the Scenes. Mental Fabrications Project

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          from Ion Popian / Added

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          A brief explanation of the project and the way we would like to move forward.

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          • XY STATIC Performance and Biyuu Excerpt/ Event at Harvestworks 2014

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            from Liz Phillips / Added

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            On February 18, 2014, as part of the "Nature and Numbers" evening, Liz Phillips and Mariko Endo engage the radio frequency fields with electrostatic sounds "XY STATIC". Students and interns assist in front of a packed house. On the balloon (projected from two sides) plays an excerpt from Biyuu. Projected on the wall is a documentary by Mary Lucier made from the Biyuu performances at Roulette in 2012. Biyuu, a Japanese word, imitates the sound of bamboo bending in the wind, swinging back and forth! In this piece soundscapes transform through controlled and conscious movement of the human body. Mariko Endo Reynolds, a Butoh trained dancer and I have been exploring and recording the movement of the body in both potential energy fields in the sound lab and at Edith Read Sanctuary. Our documentation and interaction with dynamic and radical events in nature and with potential energy is what we want to bring to this event. Mariko’s body becomes an antenna (using rf potential energy fields) and she shifts shape moving near ground and reaching out.  Her body is a conductor and the space around her is activated and responds in sound and light changes. I measure and accumulate activity and the memory that an action or inaction can leave behind.  We combine Mariko’s finely tuned dance movement with my years of work with live processing for interactive installations and use new and old methods of live digital and analog processing of the camera (feedback and distance of eyes and ears, binaural) that I have been using for my weather balloon installations. See: http://www.hatchfund.org/project/biyuu http://vimeo.com/87334208 ‎ Liz Phillips

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            • Amanda Chaudhary at Harvestworks, November 30, 2013

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              Live performance with electronics and video by Amanda (Amar) Chaudhary at Harvestworks in New York City on November 30, 2013

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              • Rachel Mason and Michael Durek, Harvestworks, November 30, 2013

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                Collaborative voice, electronics and video piece by Rachel Mason and Michael Durek. Additional video material by Jay Van Dyke. At Harvestworks in New York, November 30, 2013.

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                • Drawing the 3rd Dimension

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                  from Thomas Martinez / Added

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                  Approaches to 3D Space for Live Visual Performance in Max/MSP Jitter

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                  • SHiKAKU 04

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                    • Mesa: Video Documentation

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                      from Jeff Thompson / Added

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                      "Mesa" is a game built on the Arduino microcontroller that uses four vibrating motors on the palm as a "display" to wander an algorithmically-created plateau.

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