MULTIMODAL – Event Experience Coming Soon
Shaky early test footage of ‘MULTIMODAL’ – a new pilot event in Nottingham in collaboration with Lukas Cole. I’ve developed the visuals based off my dissertation research into visual neuroscience conducted at The University of Nottingham. Two generated layers of sinusoidal grating waves which have their shift value synced to the bpm of the music in real-time – will be projected onto all 4 walls – directly stimulating the initial brain region of the visual pathway (V1).
These gratings will then be manipulated throughout the evening, to stimulate through the pathway to mid-level vision and beyond. As the visuals are driven by the music, the visual and auditory modalities will constantly be in sync, causing multimodal interaction which exercises the brain and body into a hypnotised, heightened state of consciousness.
WAH WAH – ‘Signal-Cave.Path’ Installation
Live analogue audio-visual semi-performance within cave system underneath Malt Cross – a victorian ballroom turned bar/venue. A live feed was processed through an analogue AV patch creating a textured, deep drone and distorted visuals. Also included installation featuring an arduino which was swinging a fluorescent tube in front of a plasma ball – intermittently exciting the electrons in the tube causing it to illuminate when it was close.
I also made this quick analogue video loop to play on monitors within the main space of the event.
Wigflex Analogue Installtions
Analogue feedback visuals utilising a cut-out stencilled Wigflex logo. Live video signals were processed and distorted by the audio signals from the mixer.
Analogue monitor stack for halloween – live video feed processed and distorted by microphone audio signals.
Wigflex Live Visuals
- NYE 2015
- Wigflex x Mimm, Irish Centre
- Halloween - 8th Birthday
- Gottwood Outside Visuals - James Holden
- Kanding Ray - Soup Kitchen
- Surgeon & Clouds - Live Installation @ The Lacehouse
Animaglitch visuals v3. Chopped vintage psychedelic cartoons layered with optical video feedback footage. Processed with VDMX. Featuring Akkord, Untold, Randomer & Spam Chop appearing in that order.
One Thoresby Street Visuals
Video Coming Soon..