Echo-Evolution at The Kitchen in NYC, 1999
This is an excerpt on a video from my exhibition at the Kitchen in NYC.This interactive installation uses custom designed neon tubes . Ultrasonic rangefinders pick up audience position and motion. Light flows and shifts color with motion and stillness of audience. Sound samples morph and locate in space. Sounds are made from samples of spinning objects and digital sound and signal processing.
The Kitchen NYC
Hudson River Museum
Milwaukee Art Museum
Koi, IJsbreker, Amsterdam, NL, 1998
Natural Spectacles, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1996
Mersonic Illuminations, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, 1992
This interactive sound installation uses sensors to locate fish (light) and audience (ultrasonic) and feedback sound and light structures. The idea for this work is taken from a childhood experience of ice skating on a pond filled with swimming carp.