Previsualization for “Frozen Music”, a generative video installation.
Sound sculptures for a large projection surface.
“Frozen Music” is a generative video installation for a large projection surface. Sound is presented as a three-dimensional sculpture that becomes ‘frozen’ in time. Suspended in space, each form delicately shifts and moves to expose intricate qualities. As an audience observes, they experience sound as an architectural element, as each sculpture is created in real-time.
|Materials||2-5 DLP projectors or LED Wall, two computers, speakers.|
|Running Time||Indeterminate. Generative composition.|
Large video projection with multi-channel sound.
One video image is projected onto a wall in a large exhibit space. The surface is ideally 15 meters long, covered by multiple video projectors. Rear projection is recommended or LED Wall.
A multi-channel speaker set-up is used to spatialize sound. The minimum number of speakers are dependent on the size of the projection wall.
Cadie Desbiens-Desmeules [push1stop.com]
Michael G. Dean [michaeldean.ca]