Schlagwort-Archive: mnemonic art

noise pieces

Reactive sound sculptures

Year: 2015

 

Noise is transformed into the beginning of familiar tunes by pulling and stretching.
A mind map of auditive memory can be discovered beneath a textile surface, the user is acting as a trigger.
The characteristics of the material make the emerging layers of sound subject to constant change, even when the sensing parts of the objects are not touched at the moment.

This is a continuation of the work Noise Rag.

 

 

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Katalog_V1_object

Installation sketch

Photos by Stephanie Paine

reconfigure(d) – object 2

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September 2013, Schmiede, Hallein, Salzburg

The sculptures “reconfigure(d) – object 1” and “reconfigure(d) – object 2” are part of a series of kinetic objects dealing with elusive states of consciousness and the translation of brain activity measurements into rhythms.
The measurements were taken between sleep and wakefulness.
With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questioning the idea of predictability of human behavior.

Sponsored by subnet
Special Thanks to Schmiede, Tinkerlab, Lukas Raschendorfer (technical consulting) and many more!

reconfigure(d) – object 1

Kinetic Object, 100x200x40cm

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Techniques: Spring steel wire and knitted copper wire, Nitinol-mechanism, Raschendorfer Shift-shield, Arduino-microcontroller, Ultrasonic Sensor

The sculptures “reconfigure(d) – object 1” and “reconfigure(d) – object 2” are part of a series of kinetic objects dealing with elusive states of consciousness and the translation of brain activity measurements into rhythms.
The measurements were taken between sleep and wakefulness.
With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questioning the idea of predictability of human behavior.

Laura Skocek, 2013

Sponsored by BMUKK for the participation at New Future (Museo di Palazzo Poggi, Bologna, Italy), Bjcem – Association Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée