This is a Unity-based video piece, inspired by Reich’s Pendulum Music, but with a microtonal tuning based on a 1-3-5-7 combination-product set. The fundamental of this tuning is an upper 2/1 partial of the Schumann resonance 7.83 Hz. This Schumann resonance is basically the resonant frequency of the Earth’s electromagnetic field. Here is a video playlist with some of my other video pieces, as well: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8ZHADWS0bBOvefrLN3gkyA0iLom4s8RZ
Count In is a meditation on the role of individual voices in an imminent post-human environment, based around a recording of Poly-Styrene (from the 70s punk band X-Ray Spex) defiantly shouting the numbers “1-2-3-4.”
Count In combines phasing techniques and just intonation (with a tuning system inspired by La Monte Young’s Well Tuned Piano) and the result is a mixture of Steve Reich, X-Ray Spex, James Tenney, and Sesame Street Pinball Number Counts. The layered iterations of Styrene’s voice are reinforced by the visual presence of corresponding numbers, which slowly change color akin to a James Turrell Skyspace.
Clay Chaplin Music ESP Festival – Telematic Concert Series Day 1 – Fixed Media works Shuwen Zhao https://vimeo.com/418187433 Azariah Felton https://vimeo.com/418184810 Abigail Johnson https://vimeo.com/418184478 Andrew Dyet https://vimeo.com/418184643 Day 2 – Live Sets Isaac Rohr https://vimeo.com/418185412 Rebecca Drapkin https://vimeo.com/418185955 Day 3 – Live Sets Leslie Lang https://vimeo.com/418185804 Brian Griffith https://vimeo.com/418143070 Day 4 – Live Sets Maria […]
This is no dream
Still Growing “Still Growing” is a short solo created in the restrictions of my home surrounded around a stool. It is a study on time and growth, striving to show that we are “still growing” in this time of quarantine.
David Lynchenborough –
plasticity My clothes my hair my face my body. The way I look and the way I feel are at war with each other. A film about gender in isolation.
Genesis A clone decides she wants to be more than just another face in the crowd. Collaborators: Roy Berardo, Karen Tanaka, Brian Morones, MSmitherman, Madi Thoele, Samantha Norrie https://www.artstation.com/tristan_kilmer
Light: action and reaction “Light: action and reaction” highlights the awe and wonder of the simple transition of light throughout the day. Time lapse video captures the movement of the sun and its reflection/refraction across dichroic tiles. The changing pattern of color and light encourages the viewer to slow down and appreciate shadow art that […]