Interactive Kinetic Audiovisual Installation wave is my nature #MusicMonday
Thanks to Dmitriy for sending in yet another awesome project! Dmitriy writes:
i want to share with you my new project – ::vtol:: wave is my nature
The main idea of the installation is the reference to the Wave as the basis of all audiovisual art. The project draws from the theory of Wave–particle duality which considers the light to be a particle and a wave at the same time. In this case, the notion of the “wave” is uniform for the sound wave, light wave and a “tangible” kinetic wave with wide amplitude, physically presented in the space as stretched cables moved by a system of motors. The piece also refers to the topic of physical modeling of the wave processes which take place in various media and materials: “string”, “data flow”, “visualisation of sound”, “sonification of light” etc. In general, the installation can be viewed as a kinetic spacial light installation which reacts to the presence of audience and creates an autonomous sound and light composition.
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