[...] simulates the process of video feedback to recursively generate complex geometric tessellations. In previous printed versions I have composited many Autotrophs on a single print – creating a taxonomy of hybridization, [...]
[...] Towards the end of 2010 I was interviewed by Pablo IA, for an article published in the 32nd edition of the Madrid based art and design magazine, Belio. The article, ‘Into The Videodrome’ presented a group of three artists, positioning their works as neo-psychedelic. I was questioned on aspects of visual music, ’syntheasetic art’ and the aesthetics of symmetry. Since the interview is only published in print, here’s a link to the full text version online. [...]
My name is shaul tzemach, I’m an Israeli artist making my first steps into live visual performences.
I saw some of your work and got fascinated by it, few levels above.
Since I wish to take part in a workshop that you will make, I wanted to ask you to make one at this festival: http://www.liveperformersmeeting.net/2011minsk/en/participate/
Last time they had few vvvv workshops.
Hopes you’ll find it interesting for you.
On 08.15.11 admin wrote:
Thanks for your interesting in my work, unfortunately I only just got around to checking my comments at this blog and due to other commitments and wouldn’t be able to attend LPM in Minsk.
I will be conducting an in-depth VVVV Visual Music workshop in Slovenia in November though, if your any where near!
[...] Structure-M.11, a real-time visual performance work, was initiated and completed during Guestroom Maribor – a one month artist residency organised by Pekarna Madalenska Mreže and MKC Maribor in November 2011. Recordings were made of industrial processes, ventilation and water cooling systems, mechanical apparatus in the industrial areas of Maribor, Slovenia. I was also interested in exploring the quasi-musicality of discarded industrial equipment and broken machinery and the inherent percussive sounds they can generate. Based on insinuations of a sound collage/composition, made with these field recordings, real-time visual material was generated denoting activations and operations disassociated from sonic origin – a parallel Universe for these nearly extinct sounds to reside again. ex [...]
[...] with the sound artists Francisco Lopez. For the Gates Planetarium performance I brought along Rynth – a full-dome work originally developed for the Planetarium Artis and performed during the Sonic [...]
Paul Prudence is an audio-visual performer working with algorithmic and generative environments. His work, which had been shown and performed internationally, focuses on the ways in which sound, space and form can be cross-wired to create live-cinematic visual-music experiences. An overview of selected works can be found at here