November 2009 Archives

Moonlight

Yard Art Double Feature

Amanda Rezutek: Projections of Nature vs. Artificiality

Melle Dragon/Emily Koritz: Back Yard Puja

DOCUMENTATION OF PROJECT

Melle's Projection Series Witch Ghost Kali From Behind

Urban Projection Critique - "555 KUBIK" - Kevin C. Walker

555 KUBIK | facade projection | from urbanscreen on Vimeo.

Urban Projection Critique - Kevin Walker


"555 KUBIK"


There are many things that I admire about the piece 555 KUBIK. The first thing that stands out at me is the visual quality of the projection on the wall. The high resolution dueled with the straight lines of the cubes really maximize the characteristics of how the pixels work with the projector.  I also found the animation in this piece to be quite pleasing to the eye; simple movements among the "blocks" on the building producing interesting architectural statements. The sounds in the piece were really minimized in this piece which seemed to give us only the sounds we would naturally hear from the movement in the piece, and i felt like it completed the piece for me.


If there was anything i could ask for more from this piece, it would be two things. One, I would have like to see a some interaction between the piece and the viewer, maybe a way they can get more involved with the piece via motion sensor or laser pointer. And Secondly, it would have been nice to see the setting within the piece to be more broad, in which i mean taking the blocks and replacing them with maybe different square objects such as maybe, a rubix cube, instead of a concrete blocks. 


Overall, "555 KUBIK" is a great piece and I really enjoyed viewing it.


Kevin Walker

scale between a circle and a triangle

One hour walk, two minutes

Jim Burlak

Second Hand Bank - Kevin C. Walker

2 Minute Alternate Universe - Second Hand Bank

Meet new friends

into space


clothingbzzhh

Cloth Rock

American Dress-up

Clothsings

Cloth

adrienn bailey-scratchy- sound from clothes

IAMMAI: Self Portrait

version 1: Tapping into My Rhythm


version2: Truth We Overlook

Self Portrait in Sound

Self Portrait in sound- Jim Burlak

Sounds are from the website Freesounds.org

Self Portrait

umfiona..

Life in the Greenery

Auto-Portrait - Kevin C. Walker

cowboy nels

inside and outside

MyBrain

everyday life

Badasoundski

Song of Melissa

Self Portrait

Portrait

Amanda Rezutek 2009

Haiku



"Anticipation"


"Calling Song, Breaking Tradition"

"Other Worldly Things"


"Breaking String"

drivel in the attic

Play

Play

adrienn bailey sound self portrait

Logical Liminal - Kevin C. Walker

Sound Haikus

Haiku boo

Delerious Mayhem

Liminal Sound in Spear Jim Burlak

Liminal

liminal mr. hiro

Liminal Mr. Hiro [nerusu]

Melissa's message

liminal_sound_project

Liminal Limes

Space


Liminal Sound

adrienn bailey liminal sound

Liminal Sound

Amanda Rezutek 2009. Sounds recorded with Melle Dragun.

Unsubliminal

HI YAH.

Hyku Jim Burlak

Hyku of Transitions

Pause Hyku

Hyku same noise different speed/pitch

Hyku of amplified Emptiness

Hyku of voice music

dinkytownsoundwalk

俳句(Haiku)

最上川(sound of river)

バッタ(grasshopper)

涼風(breeze)

柿と鐘の音(persimmon and sound of bell)

light house(灯台)

five Haiku in Japanese.pdf

adrienn b 2 minute sound

Sound Stroll- Two Minute Walk

Melissa's 5 Haiku

Who let the dog out?

Turn on the shower

Ringing Phone

Have fun and step into the water

The crackling flute

adrienn bailey unordinary

unordinary

the sound

chains/ clinking

sounds

quiet and loud

Collection of Haikus by Kevin C. Walker

Skatin' Change

Ripping the vision

Tricks of the Trade

Calling Home

Skate Snap

Haiku

Rain

Fire

Air

Crackle

Water

Alternative Spaces

One hour of recorded sounds to two minutes.

Amanda Rezutek 2009

Haikus

Sonar Autumn

Dolphin Headphones

Jumping On The Bed

Flood Trigger

Hanger Meal

5 haiku

音のシリアル

鐘の声

楽器火

how turn the tables

Five Haikus

Forth and Back

Long Shorts

Quicky Mickey

Transformation

Quick Stand

ascension of uncle Bunny - 2 minutes

Five Haikus

Glass

Ring

Living Spaces

Repetitive

High

Sonic Haikus

1

In this piece I focused on using sound distinctions like change in volume/tone as different syllables.

2

This one plays with syllables in rhythm, plus the traditional syllables heard in voice.

3 For this haiku I wanted to show how sounds (even if it is the same sound) can be grouped according to their proximity within a given tempo.

4

My original intent in this haiku was to use white noise as a background and silence as the syllable provider, but I found that the ear naturally tunes to silence as a backdrop so I ended up using the white noise

5

When determining how many syllables were in a given soundbite, I found it helpful to try putting lyrics to them and then counting the syllables in that. Some seemingly simple sounds became multilayered in this way.

Haiku Uno - Kevin C. Walker

Haiku One, 1, Uno.

Five
Seven
Five 

Syllables 
HID:

DDK:

PEW:

HIC:

XIU:

Custodial

2 Minute audio

 

Since I wasn't in class, here's my 1 hour audio into 2 minutes. Feedback appreciated.

art of sound adrienn bailey

Politics of Dancing | a method to expose assumptions


A DANCE OF IDENTITY
Notes On The Politics Of Dancing

(Previously published in Contact Quarterly and Footnotes: six choreographers inscribe the page.)