I will be providing live-visuals for pianist Vicki Ray’s performance of Morton Feldman’s For Bunita Marcus on Friday, July 8th at Boston Court in Pasadena, CA. Vicki and I originally collaborated on a similar performance of For Bunita Marcus in 1998 using a primitive live video setup and one of the first live-video software programs […]
I’ve been experimenting with sound and video collisions using max/msp/jitter. The result of this particular collision is a one minute video loop using footage of a Dutch herring chef and a processed field recording of the market where the herring stand was located. The sonic and visual processing is driven by a crossed feedback network […]
This past Spring I have been tinkering with the Raspberry Pi computers. They are pretty amazing considering that they only cost about $40. The two areas I have been researching have been running Pure Data networked between three Pis and setting up stand-alone HD video players for use in galleries and kiosks. Here’s a demo […]
The video below demonstrates using a Raspberry Pi micro-computer as a standalone, high-definition video player for use in museums, galleries or any space equipped with an HDMI capable flatscreen monitor or projector. The RPI provides an inexpensive alternative to using a laptop, Mac Mini, or DVD player for the display of high definition content by […]
I just received the video documentation of the 2010 STEIM exchange. It was a really great group of students to work with! CalArts 2010 Residency from STEIM Amsterdam on Vimeo.
Here is the documentation of our STEIM residency that took place in October of 2009. Check out the STEIM Blog for more photos and text: Here is a short and somewhat hilarious documentary movie created by Christoph Scherbaum. Christoph was assigned to follow us around a bit and find out what we were up to. […]