Thursday Mar 30, 2017
Albuquerque, NM 87106
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Live cinema and sound work titled The Ten Thousand Things. Performers dynamically activate positive or negatively charged nodes at virtual screen locations to generate and observe complex force field interactions.
NoiseFold (Cory Metcalf & David Stout) will participate in a 3-4 day residency at UNM. Our activities will include the staging and premiere of a new live cinema and sound work titled, “The Ten Thousand Things". The resulting audio-visual behaviors share profound aesthetic similarities to dynamic pattern formations in the natural world.
Following the performance, which will serve as a dramatic introduction to our work, we will give a media rich lecture detailing collaborative methods and the development of our modular software system built in MAX/MSP/Jitter.
Co-sponsored by UNM College of Fine Arts, ARTS Lab, The Department of Cinematic Arts, and UNM Experimental Art and Technology (EAT).
Cory Mecalf and David Stout give a media rich lecture detailing collaborative methods and the development of their modular software system built in MAX/MSP/Jitter. This lecture will illustrate the multiple ways they employ this software including live cinema and music performance, animation, pre-visualization design for object making and glass sculpture, generative virtual reality environments and our current research in Ecological Data Dramatization.