In May 2011 Alice Vincent of Wired UK wrote a positive appraisal of my work, with particular reference to Rynth. Appearing on both the UK and US online versions of the magazine the feature was titled ‘Heard of visual music? This is what it looks like’.
Alice was professional enough to call me to talk about my work. She asked about the technical side of software programming for generative art, and the sound design involved in my projects, in order to get an overview for the article.
From the feature:
‘With recordings from radiators, ancient theories on the cosmos and a lot of rather clever programming, Paul Prudence makes ethereal, one-of-a-kind projections.
The images seen in this video and in our gallery below are from Prudence’s latest project, Rynth. They are created through a combination of coding and algorithms based on maths and geometry to turn sound data into images in real-time.
Although capturing shots of Prudence’s performances make for inspiring viewing alone, it is seeing it in action when sound, vision and technology collide that is the best way to experience his work’