The clip below is a performance recording that shows the two interactive elements that comprise Resonance: Firstly, biofeedback that makes the body's movement audible through contact microphones. Secondly, infrared motion tracking is utilised to sonify the spaces in between bodies at a close proximity in real time.
Resonance: participation/performance (2017)
Resonance - bioacoustics focus
The five clips below are a focus study of the biofeedback aspect of Resonance. Each clip is a real time solo sound work of the performers' process as they they relate to the amplification of their own internal physiology and other performers in space.
This clip is a focus study of the biofeedback aspect Resonance. Each clip is a real time sound work of all five performers as they they relate to the amplification of their own internal physiology and other performers in space.
Resonance – bioacoustics focus: Collective (2016)
Resonance - Kinect focus: Collective
Resonance utilizes infrared technology to establish relationships between kinetic movement, spatial proximity and sound. This offers the performers a sonic pathway into their embodied state of being in motion, as they relate to each other in space.
Resonance – Kinect focus: Collective (2016)
Cross pollination is a video and sound work that deals with intricate moments of interaction. Through experiments in Sonification, connection and co-existence is translated, separated and fused again through film and sound art.
Cross Pollination deals with the autonomous and unique choreography of eye contact between people in a close relational space. From this implicit dance between one another, the specific eye movements between participants carve a unique soundscape of the interaction. This soundscape is unique in the sense it is created from the data collected from kinesthetic movement in the moment of interaction, unrehearsed. The soundscape created is a fingerprint of this interaction, imploring different sense modalities that amplifies our sensual access to interpersonal exchanges that usually remain beyond our perception