The Language of Dream is an electroacoustic performance piece using a system of laser beams and optical sensors to detect the gestures of a performer. Signals are sent to a computer which responds by initiating various sound events. The laser beams originate at a point above and behind the performer, and are directed toward sensors along the front edge of the stage. This forms an angled, fan-shaped array of beams that provides the audience with strong visual feedback relating the gestures to the sound.
- Bill Meadows, USA. Composer and performer of electroacoustic music, his work has been featured in the Los Angeles New Music Festival, the CalArts Contemporary Music Festival and the Electronic Music Plus Festival. His current interests include the integration of aural, visual and performing arts and the development of interactive electronic environments.