Algorithmic performance for transparent materials
Push 1 stop & Wiklow’s “Membrane” merges audio-visual performance with installation art. Three-dimensional, volumetric shapes hover between the performers, caught in a haze of rising smoke. Through live manipulations, the performers engage in a playful exchange with their generative system. The work represents an alternative form of projection art, bringing digital forms into physical space.
|Materials||Laser projector and reflective transparent screen.|
|Dimensions||2.74m h x 3.66m w|
|Running Time||35 minutes|
|Setup||A laser projector of at least 8000 lumens is installed approximately 3-5m behind the screen.|
A smoke machine makes occasional bursts of smoke, filling the area between the screen and the projector.
Each performer is placed on either side of the screen.
|Credits||Push 1 stop [push1stop.com]|
The creation of Membrane was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec with additional support from Perte de signal and Holo-Gauze.
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