1. Golden Bullet


    from Chris Lunney / Added

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    A motion graphics piece for the song "Goldene Kugel" by Siriusmo. Electro graphic imagery is paired with the sonic texture and rhythmic movement throughout the song. The visual optics of moiré patterns, and the shifting one point perspective, test the eye's ability to communicate with the brian. (song was shortened from its original length to fit the project's time requirements)

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    • Sound in Relative Space


      from Chris Lunney / Added

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      http://chrislunney.com/Sound-in-Relative-Space This video captures how people might move through the space, and the sound quality that is generated. To properly hear the sound quality you must listen to this through speakers of high fidelity, as most of the tones are between 0hz and 200hz. Sound in Relative Space is an installation designed while studying abroad at the Universitat Der Kunste in Berlin Germany. For the class “Sound and Space” I chose to look at how we experience our position in space relative to the place we are. Not only does the environment inform your positioning but other people as well. This installation allows relative spatial positions to be experienced aurally. As one person moves through the space, a frequency is generated from their position, changing in pitch as they walk closer to the center of the room or towards its boundaries. As multiple people pass through the space, each of their singular frequencies superimpose on one another to create one singular fluctuating tone emitted into the space. The people are then moving through the space not only effected by the architecture and other people, but by a sonic landscape as well. At certain positions harmonies are created from relative positions. In this project a site was chosen as a prospective place for installation. Here the cube sculpture at the center of the courtyard will be the surface for oscilloscope projections of the combined frequency of the space. To experience this installation is to perceive peoples’ movement through a space translated into sound, while they navigate the sonic atmosphere that they create.

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      • Touch Tank: Installation


        from Chris Lunney / Added

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        There has been a long-standing history in the design of the relationship between performer and audience. The space in which these two entities meet is articulated for their interaction. Historically, there has been a separation between performer and audience. Along with the concept of the non-physical fourth wall, there is usually a literal divide between the place for audience and performer. Yet, despite all literal separations of space, these two entities of a venue exist symbiotically. In the realm of live music, it is ever more apparent the performer relies on the crowd to transform their performance to the viewers expectations. As for the audience, they digest the media given to them, and react accordingly. This dialect between the stage and the audience is what enables performed interaction to manifest. An attention and interest in this interaction between the separated performance and audience became the catalyst for developing Touch Tank. The final rendition of Touch Tank was designed to immerse the audience in performed media. Video and sound surrounded them inside a spandex space. By touching these walls around them the audience could affect the video and sound played for them. Using the Microsoft Kinect, data was received when the walls of the space was touched. This data was sent to Max/MSP to affect parameters for the video and sound playback. The audience could interact with the performed media, in turn affecting their complete environment spatially and sonically. Installed December 2011 Room 404 66 5th Avenue New York City, NY, 10003 Programs: Max/MSP Adobe Illustrator Adobe After Effects Traktor Scratch Pro Elements: Mac Book Pro Matrox Tripple Head to Go Optoma Projector X2 Laser cut MDF Sheet 4’x8’ X2 White Spandex 10’x24’

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        • Polymorph Aeronautics


          from Chris Lunney / Added

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          A reflection on where we have been in the past, and what we have lost sight of in the pressent. Song: Blanck Mass - Polymorph - edited by Chris Lunney Video composited by Chris Lunney Appropriated video footage: Scatter Radar - Space Research From The Ground (1963) X-15 Hypersonic Research At The Edge Of Space NASA Highlights 1965 - A Progress Report Lockheed U-2 Flight - 70,000ft (2 Seat TU-2 Trainer) The Astronauts - United States Project Mercury Small Steps...Giant Strides (1973)

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          • Super Fantastic


            from Chris Lunney / Added

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            it just is

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            • First Time Around (Music Video) - Ewan Turner


              from William Maxwell-Lunney / Added

              23 Plays / / 0 Comments

              Directed and Photographed by William Maxwell-Lunney

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