/ Research /
collaboration with Elie Kongs
The viewer is confronted by two aluminum tubes hanging on either side of a projection of this pulsating jelly-fish. The tubes are very sensitive to the touch. The sound of even the lightest brush or scratch is echoed through a delay which is synchronized with the pulsing video.
Very quickly the viewer/listener learns that she can control the rhythm of the whole piece by giving the system structured information. Rhythmic taps or syncopated taps change the delay-lines and the pulsing video.
- computer with sound input and output(either mac or pc)
on which Linux can be installed
- compatible video projector
- amplifier and speakers
- dark room