1. DATAFLUX

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    from Kit Webster / Added

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    DATAFLUX investigates the possibilities of using live software patches to render synesthetic audio and visual installations. The piece uses a software counting mechanism to step between scenes and sequences. Projections are beamed onto a motorised mirror allowing for wider displacement which is also triggered via the same system. Size and locations for the reshaping white squares are changed on every beat, allowing for the movement streams that you can see, this relocation creates an internal message that allows the software to fluidly render these changes. It is this concept of a hidden working system that I aim to represent with this work. I want to visually represent the mechanics of the software program. As of yet this installation will last one minute twenty before the viewer will be presented with a loop point, however with inclusions such as randomizers and out of phase oscillations there is the possibility of an artificially generated sequence with perpetual transformation. The sound is made up of four pre-rendered two channel linear streams that are re-triggered every 30 seconds, developed in a way to seem to be a more complex live point to point triggering system (the lack of a fully live soundscape was due to lack of developmental time). Heavy sub bass information was present and a strobe effect is also triggered once every 60 seconds. These extreme audiovisual elements were included to heighten the sensory effects the work has on the participant, and to attempt to draw a connection between virtual and physical/environmental intricacies. The installation aims to represent the notion of pushing capacities in order to assist in envisaging further developments. The layout of the pillars are based on the existence of a fixed large pillar located in the centre of the room. I am planning for Engimatica in February to more dynamically represent a digitally choreographed environment. To my indiscretion and perhaps paradoxically, Enigmatica will be made up of a completely pre-rendered looping linear stream, there will be no live software elements. www.kitwebster.com

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    • Nervous Structure (field) (2012)

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      from Cristobal Mendoza / Added

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      Made in collaboration by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza http://cuppetellimendoza.com Music: "Guitar Plume" - Portable Sunsets http://flatflat.org/ps

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      • Man-eater

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        from Daniel Disselkoen / Added

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        For four years, each day I took the same tram to art academy. Why would you then look out the window with curiosity when there is no reason to expect anything new. I decided to change the daily journey for my fellow passengers and myself. I wouldn't move the tramway track, but maybe I could add something. Make something so that what already exists would look very different now. Man-eater is part of my graduation project "Remake Reality" for the Royal Academy of Art, The Netherlands. More work at http://www.danieldisselkoen.nl Music: "Contemporary Individual" by Superhumanoids (http://www.superhumanoids.com)

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        • F.an / TWO MINUTES

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          from maxime bruneel / Added

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          canon EOS 7D stop motion music video for F.an Sept 19th 2010 at the Montreal Piknicelectronik festival http://piknicelectronik.com/ Directed by Maxime Bruneel Photography by Adrien L'Hommedé Thanks to Yann Le Dluz, Serena Gili, & Benjamin Chabeau. www.maximebruneel.com https://twitter.com/maxbruneel http://www.myspace.com/fanmusic1 http://vimeo.com/channels/thumbsup

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          • Sony Music Timeline

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            from Rob Antill / Added

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            The Sony Music Timeline celebrates 125 years of musical history covering almost 150 square meters of wall space in Sony’s Derry Street offices. Using just CNC cut vinyl as the sole medium, 54 columns measuring over 2 meters tall cover feature nearly 1000 of Sony Music's signed artists from 1887 to the present day. www.sonymusictimeline.com Watch the time-lapse video of the process here: https://vimeo.com/51451449 Track produced exclusively for this video. Download album for free here: http://bit.ly/OUrfZo Design: Alex Fowkes - http://www.alexfowkes.com Media: Rob Antill - www.robantill.com Music: Avenue Beech - www.avenuebeech.com Printers: Lex Media - http://www.lexmediauk.com

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            • EYJAFJALLAJÖKULL

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              from ANTIVJ is a visual label / Added

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              EYJAFJALLAJÖKULL an installation by Joanie Lemercier VISUALS: Joanie Lemercier Additional visuals: Simon Geilfus MUSIC: Monolake - Oomoo PRODUCTION: Nicolas Boritch -------------------------------------------- Video by Jérome Monnot (http://cargocollective.com/jeromemonnot) and Vania Jaikin Miyazaki Produced by Elefant Films Music used in the video report: - Caribou - Children Play Well Together - Nicolas Jaar - Wouh Projects featured from 1:22 are all documented on www.antivj.com -------------------------------------------- http://twitter.com/#!/AntiVJ http://antivj.com/empac/

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              • 21 Balançoires (21 Swings)

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                from Daily tous les jours / Added

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                21 Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation Every spring, an interactive installation takes over a high-traffic area in Montréal’s Quartier des spectacles and sets a collective ritual. The installation offers a fresh look at the idea of cooperation, the notion that we can achieve more together than separately. The result is a giant instrument made of 21 musical swings; each swing in motion triggers different notes, all the swings together compose a piece, but some sounds only emerge from cooperation. The project stimulates ownership of the public space, bringing together people of all ages and backgrounds, and creating a place for playing and hanging out in the middle of the city centre. In order to allow for these collective moments to be shared around the world, a traveling version of the project with 10 Musical Swings is now available on tour. Contact us at hello@dailytlj.com for more information. CREATED AND PRODUCED WITH SUPPORT FROM QUARTIER DES SPECTACLES DE MONTRÉAL EXHIBITED YEARLY AT SPRINGTIME IN MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC A Project by Daily tous les jours Created by Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat Executive Producer: Antoine Clayette (2012), and Hugues Monfroy
 (2011) Music: Radwan Ghazi Moumneh Concept Team: Dominique Côté, Alexandre Landry, Yolène Leroux, and Luc-Alain Giraldeau
 Design: Sébastien Dallaire, and Alexandre Landry Technical Direction: Eva Schindling Production Coordinator: Tara DeSimone Production: Paul Bailly, Michael Baker, Mourad Bennacer, Thibeault Bensa, Olivier Coquet, Nicolas Duvieusart Dery, Élise Genvrin, Sophie Grignart, Luc Hernandez, David Lortie, Albane Guy, Ricardo Jean, Yolène Leroux, Etienne Lemieux Maillé, Benoît Piccolini, Peter Rockwell, and Alexandra Sawicki Technological Partner: PixMob (formerly ESKI
) Technical Direction: Vincent Leclerc
 Project Manager: Josiane Mercier
 Programming: Patrick Keroulas, and Vincent de Belleval
 Production: Philippe Savard, and Marc-André Tessier Video: Geoffrey Boulangé Photography: Olivier Blouin Created with: Max/MSP, Arduino IDE, and Razor AHRS Firmware http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/project/21-balancoires/

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                • Elsewhere

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                  from Stefaan De Croock / Added

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                  ‘Elsewhere’ – recycled wood mural for Mechelen Muurt. The mural is placed on the side wall of an old furniture factory in Mechelen, Belgium. It’s made by piecing together discarded wooden planks, doors and furniture. www.strook.eu Music: Mokhov - Midnight Love

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                  • TETRAGRAM FOR ENLARGMENT

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                    from Apparati Effimeri / Added

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                    ITA Apparati Effimeri a giungo 2009, ha mappato e registrato le forme architettoniche della Rocca Malatestiana, ha realizzato poi i contenuti attraverso l'utilizzo di software 3D e ha sincronizzato audio e video. Il lavoro sulla Rocca non può eludere dalla storia dell'edificio posto a difesa della città. Gli elementi di rottura con l'uniformità della superficie, le decorazioni e le finestre della rocca sono stati utilizzati quali elementi generatori di forme e particelle che hanno invaso l'intera superficie.Per 30 minuti lo spettatore ha assistito ad uno spettacolo insolito e mai visto. Le forme architettoniche hanno cominciato a muoversi e a vivere di vita propria. La Rocca ha cambiato veste assumendo prima uno stato liquido e poi roccioso: I mattoni hanno cominciato a distruggersi e a ricostruirsi. EN Apparati Effimeri created in june 2009, a primal mapping to register the architectural silhouette of the Rocca Malatestiana; then, using a range of different 3D softwares, they realized the video contents and finally synchronizedthe audio e video. The arrangements displayed on the Rocca could not "escape" from the building's own history which was originally built as a defensive outpost .The elements of discontinuity with the uniformity of the building's surface, its decorations and the windows of the castle itself have all been reemployed as generators of new shapes and particles which permeate the whole façade. For 30 minutes the audience watched a very unusual show, never seen before. The architectural shapes started to shift and to become alive. The Rocca changed appereance, acquiring first a liquid state and then a rocky one; the bricks began to crumble and then to reassemble. Sound design: Be Invisible Now!

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                    • Digital Grotesque . Printing Architecture

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                      Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely 3D printed out of sand. This structure, measuring 16 square meters, is materialized with details at the threshold of human perception. Every aspect of this architecture is composed by custom-designed algorithms. Please visit www.digital-grotesque.com for a further description. Architects: Michael Hansmeyer Benjamin Dillenburger Partners and Sponsors: • Chair for CAAD, Prof. Hovestadt, ETH Zurich • Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich • voxeljet AG • FRAC Centre • Strobel Quarzsand GmbH • Pro Helvetia Research for the Digital Grotesque project was carried out at the Chair for CAAD at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. All components were printed by voxeljet AG. The first part of Digital Grotesque is a commission by FRAC Centre for its permanent collection. Fabrication Team: Maria Smigielska, Miro Eichelberger, Yuko Ishizu, Jeanne Wellinger, Tihomir Janjusevic, Nicolás Miranda Turu, Evi Xexaki, Akihiko Tanigaito Video & Photo: Demetris Shammas, Achilleas Xydis Music: "Flicker" by Origamibiro (http://www.origamibiro.com)

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