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NON HUMAN DEVICE #02”, second part of a series of installations based on alien objects/devices found by Boris Chimp 504 during his missions through the deep space).
In every version it is presented a new interface and the audience is invited to explore and interact with sound and visuals in real time.
Check the first version here:
Rodrigo Carvalho - Visuals and interactive system
Miguel Neto - Sound
Concept & Design by CHiKA
Sound Design & Programming by Phan V
Technical advice by Boris EDELSTEIN, GarageCUBE
Emergency Grant by Foundation for Contemporary Arts
Support by Eyebeam & GarageCUBE, MadMapper
LED light by GarageCUBE & Showjockey
SHIiKAKU = 四角, 視覚, 視角, 死角 is a Japanese homophone that translates to “square”, “visual”, “optic angle” as well as “blind spot”. Embracing these themes and variations, SHiKAKU07 creates light symphony by the presence of a viewer in real time. SHiKAKU 07 is a unique “seeing sound ” experience by public participation.
SHiKAKU 07 introduces to public a new way of experience the installation by surprise. It is a new art that public has to participate and interact. It is not like a traditional form of installation, observe art, that public interact one way. Public participation will be a part of the installation. Inspired by Zen Garden structure, SHiKAKU 07 transform old idea and stricture require to sit, meditate, and observe, into a new digital, an active garden, SHiKAKU 07 that uses LED lights and sound with new technology by public collaborative activation.
四角: Square structure
SHiKAKU 07’ structure is inspired by Japanese Zen garden, Karesansui. It is a “dry landscape” garden, that creates arrangement of rocks, water, moss, tree and bushes and uses sand to create a universe. SHiKAKU 06 as a Digital Zen garden presents LED strips hanging from the ceiling to the wall as a tree and bushes, a cube like LED bars structure as rocks and public walking through the structure as water. There will be 2 set of 1-2m LED light cube like structures with 10 sets of 2-6m LED light strip over it. Public will be free to walk around the structures.
SHiKAKU 07’ s experience is “seeing sound” and public will be a part of creation. Visual effect will be synchronized with sound.
Depend on where public stand, their audio visual experience will be different with 6 channel speakers.
視角: Optical angle
SHiKAKU, Square structures are 2 cube like installations. Combination of Led lights create illusion of many different patterns of cube in the dark space.
死角: Blind spot
Unexpected light and sound experience will happen how public walk through the installation. Exposure of strong LED lights will appear as a unexpected afterimages.
When no one is in the space, there will be very minimum background sound from 6 speakers in darkness. There will be 2 cubes like installation standing parallel structure that public can activate LED lights and 6 channel sound in the dark space. Only way to observe and experience SHiKAKU 07 is walking around and be part of the installation. A sensors built into the structures create unlimited variations of light symphony.
SHiKAKU07 @ Eyebeam, NY, USA
The Creator’s Project
Artist Talk Digital Art Innovation
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AFIOCO // ENCARNI LOVEXX
ENCARNI LOVEXX // AFIOCO
I LOOP YOU
Edition of music
Just favorited Kinky Salon - Summer Lovin’ (The Sexy side of the 1950’s) by DJ FACT.50 on Mixcloud
Here is a video clip, an overview of the VJ set made during the event “Le langage des viscères” proposed by Amine Bouccekine, which took place at the Auditorium Saint Germain (Paris) on June 27.
Le langage des viscères: facebook.com / lelangagedesvisceres
Medias are the same, the mix may be a little different, but the atmosphere remains intact and gives a fairly accurate idea of the proposed set.
A reading by Amine Bouccekine accompanied this VJ set and the music …
A unique performance, specially prepared for this event ….
Music: Amine Bouccekine (facebook.com / amine.boucekkine)
Video: Dorianne Wotton (dorianne-wotton.com)
Voici un clip, un aperçu du VJ set réalisé à l’occasion de la soirée “Le Langage des Viscères”, soirée proposée par Amine Bouccekine, qui a eu lieu à l’auditorium Saint Germain (Paris) le 27 juin dernier.
Le Langage des Viscères: facebook.com/lelangagedesvisceres
Les medias sont les mêmes, le mix sans doute un peu différent, mais l’atmosphère reste intacte et donne une idée assez fidèle du set proposé.
Une lecture d’Amine Bouccekine a accompagné ce VJ set et cette musique… Une performance inédite, spécialement réalisée pour cette soirée….
A young couple have just begun to say “I Love You”, but does it mean anything, and is the sentiment true? The animated documentary “I Love You” playfully records their reactions to this statement. Using a dazzling combination of freestyle abstract and rotoscoped animation mixed with a jazzy soundtrack, this experimental, colorful short portrays the playful and melancholy emotions of young love.
This animation played as an official selection for Animafest Zagreb, Vox Feminae Film Festival, Holland Animation Film Festival and Animanima (Serbia). It also was in the International Showcase at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and the Panorama Showcase at the Melbourne Animation Festival