Structure in Flux
Investigating flow, rhythm and growth, the video piece was generated during a live performance Structure in Flux (Rubedo, 2010). Here, 3D structure is being shaped, in real-time, in response to frequencies, modulations and rhythmical patterns of the sound piece composed and performed during the performance.
3D structures rendered as fluid light react to the acoustic parameters of the music; this creates a constantly-evolving visual experience of the installation.
The outcome is alike a moiré pattern – a figural effect produces by superposing fields of sonic loops and light patterns, with complex behaviours and experiences resulting from a combination of regular, repetitive elements.
This transmediation of sonic to visual organisation makes it possible to create an ecology of sound and light – a system based on its capacity for variation in space and time.
The result is an evolving landscape of light and sound that allows the viewers to discover their own sense of order, and engage with emotions arising from the experience.
Credits for “Structure in Flux”: Rubedo (Vesna Petresin & Laurent-Paul Robert), 2010.