Car, Tools, Live Video, Live Audio (2015)
Using a variety of tools, uniformed figures destroy a car, live-generating a variety of audio and video samples, rhythms, timbres, envelopes, frequencies, and imagery. The raw sonic and visual materials are live-streamed from performer– and car–mounted cameras and microphones to mediating composers for processing and remixing, then reintegrated into the performance space. The simultaneous destruction and reconstruction create a singular composition.
- Reza Michael Safavi is an Associate Professor and Digital Media Director in the Department of Fine Arts at Washington State University, USA.
- Digital media artist Jefferson Goolsby received his MFA in Digital Art from University of Oregon and is Coordinator of the Media Arts program at Lane College, Eugene, Oregon, USA.
- Composer Mei-ling Lee’s work integrates contemporary and twentieth-century western music with traditional Chinese and eastern forms. She received her Ph.D. in composition with supporting area in Intermedia Music Technology at University of Oregon, USA.
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