New processing sketch. (n.b works okay in safari/mac, not so good in chrome/windows!)
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This Saturday, I present the ‘Psych Dome’ paper at the Second Annual Conference of the Welsh Branch of the British Psychology Society (BPS), to be held at Glyndwr University. Exciting opportunity to present this work in a slightly different context. We will also hopefully be able to announce more presentations of the actual Psych Dome installation soon…
Coming this weekend, Bath Spa University’s Seeing Sound conference. My fixed visual music piece ‘Mezcal Animations’ will be screened in the ‘Fixed Media Works 1′ session on Saturday 23rd November at 5pm. The programme also includes lots of other interesting visual music pieces and papers, and includes a programme of classic visual music compositions by James and John Whitney.
The sequel to my piece ‘Mezcal Animations’: ‘Cenote Animations’ is currently in production.
Darryl Griffiths produced this nice little video showing the Psych Dome project. Psych Dome… in Colour… and coming soon: Beyond Psych Dome. Or, in the words of Homer Simpson: “Dome!”
Last week we had the first presentation of ‘Psych Dome’ in a mobile full dome. Demonstration video and software on this site now.
‘Mezcal Animations’ makes its debut outside of Wales. It will be screened at UCSD’s ‘Last Friday Listening Room’ concert in California at the end of this month. In November this short visual music piece will also be screened at ‘Seeing Sound 2013′ in Bath (Bath Spa University, UK). Next year this piece will also be shown at San Francisco’s ‘Sweet Thunder Festival’.
In November i’ll also be presenting work (music and a paper) at ‘Sonic Fusion’, a collaborative event organised by Keele / Salford / Manchester exploring hybridity between electroacoustic music and popular musical forms.