Sunday, November 22, 2009
[i/o] was selected to be part of the Live Events program at Nøsteboden during the 7th annual Piksel festival in Bergen, Norway on Nov 22, 2009. This live clip is sourced from the Piksel Mediabase stream, so quality of video and audio is quite compressed. Also this is a short 3 min edit of the original 26 min live performance.
Piksel 09 Festival for Electronic Art and Technological Freedom!
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Friday, September 5, 2008
Servando Barreiro's Sonorization in real time using light sensors attached to the screen and "minia" analog converters to computer.
Servando Barreiro, Berlin-based VJ, Sound artist and Electronics engineer
Live performance piece, large-scale projections. Left side displays analogue output from overhead camera depicting structural geometries being created in real-time. These structures are 'read' by optical sensors to produce a live audio response, which in turn drives generative computational material on the Right side.
Left screen displays output from overhead camera with patterns created in real-time. These structures are 'read' by optical sensors to produce a live audio response, which in turn drives generative digital motion on the Right screen, which subsequently influences the production of sequences on the Left screen, thus inducing a kind of mutual audio-visual/analogue-digital interdependency. In theory it is possible for [i/o] to produce an infinity of difference in formal outputs each time it is performed.