Live cinema audio/visual improvisation Brief excerpts from four 2015 performances San Francisco Cinematheque 4/15 Headlands Center for the Arts 5/15 Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy 6/15 Micro Mini Cinema, Cincinnati 8/15
Live audio visual improvisation on 12/13/2015 at Shapeshifters Cinema in Oakland, CA.
Filmed on a trip north during my 2015 residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Shot near where the Russian River meets the Pacific Ocean.
Live audio visual improvisation on 09/3/2015 at Micro Mini Cinema in Cincinnati.
Live audio visual improvisation with Phi 4 on 06/11/2015 at Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy.
Filmed at Headlands National Monument during my 2015 at the Headlands Center for the Arts residency, looking west at dusk.
Filmed at Headlands National Monument during my 2015 residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Late afternoon fog on the lagoon.
Shot from the village park along the river during my first residency at Signal Culture (Owego, NY).
A few views of water and trees from my month long stay in Phonecia, NY. This video utilizes an editing technique (a sort of continuous slow horizontal slide) that I conceptualized for more than a year. After several failed attempts I finally figured out how to make it work.
Filmed at the hot springs resort of the same name in Calistoga, CA.
Live audio visual improvisation on 05/3/2015 at SF Cinematheque, Center 4 New Music, San Francisco.
Documentation of an audio visual improvisation. Performed at Headlands Center for the Arts Spring 2015.
The original material for this video was produced during a residency at Signal Culture in 2014 using three oscillators. The output of the first two was mixed by keying those images into portions of the output of a third. Subsequently, that footage was slowed down to about 10% of the original speed. During my stay Read more about Wavelength 3.17 – 2015[…]
Short loop produced at a Signal Culture artists residency in 2014. Made using the newly built, Nam Jun Paik designed, Wobulator. Produced by sending the output of the oscillator to the Paik Abe Wobulator, with the raster on that device collapsed. This image was then filmed off the screen. Wiggle was created in response to Read more about Wiggle – 2015[…]