Polytemporal

Polytemporal
Live audio-visual performance
2017-ongoing

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Polytemporal explores the transduction of live sound data into image. The work uses digital sound synthesis and strange rhythms to explore how computational temporalities apply to human perceptions of time and space. Polytemporal is performed live, exploring the scale of projection and sound systems to affect the audiences physically. The work explores tonalities, textures and rhythms enabled by digital sound processing in order to create a different sense of time and immersion.

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Beijing Media Arts Biennale
- Central Academy of Fine Arts, 05/09/2018
- CHAO, 06/09/2018
UNSW Art & Design, Black Box, 09/09/2016
107 Projects, 07/08/2016

Video documentation thanks to Denis Beaubois

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Last image is a frame-by-frame time series of the audio-visual composition of Polytemporal.05. Originally published in Writing Around Sound Journal #3