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"captive" is an audio-visual piece to commemorate unrest in Iran. Persian calligraphy ("Nasta'liq") is demonstrated visually and sonically to represent protestors' messages in sympathy for political prisoners.

Latest revision as of 14:35, 16 April 2010

Michael Berger

Title: Hanging (2010) by Michael Berger and Hongchan Choi

Full Description: Hanging is a suspension between media that has resided in various forms in CCRMA's 'Listening Room' and originally in the Sculpture Studio in Stanford's Cummings art building in January of 2010. The present incarnation of the piece, catered to the SOM Arts space, utilizes piezo contact microphones attached to strips of rear-projecting film in order capture the participants' actions with the piece and translate them into light and sound.

How loud is it: it depends on the speakers I am using. (If I use the $3 speakers I purchased at Fry's it will be fairly quiet (around conversation level), but if I can us some larger monitors (maybe just two?) it could ideally go a little louder.)

Length x Width x Height:

L = 20", W = 15", H = 96"+ 

Does it need to be mounted to the wall:

No, it needs to hang from the rafters. 

Does it need to be hung from above:

Yes, needs a projector suspended from the ceiling (aimed down), and needs to be hung from rafters by four+ segments of string (for stability). 

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need?

Needs one regular power outlet for projector, one for my computer, one for a second computer to run video, and potentially another (two?) for speakers. I will need one for an Airport Express.  Five/Six total?

Other technical needs:

I will need a second computer (mac) with Jitter installed to run Video.  I will need a wifi network to communicate between the two computers (I should be able to provide this (I have an Airport Express).

Link if applicable:

Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event: Sure.

Michael Zeligs

Title: What Moves You?

Full Description: What Moves You? is an real-time video polaroid. It allows dancers to create looping video projections of themselves dancing, and then remix their own dancing with the use of an intuitive turntable controller.

How loud is it: No Sound

Length x Width x Height: 8 X 10 projection-direct on wall. Small table with controllers and projector about 15 ft. from the wall.

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: No

Does it need to be hung from above: No

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need? 1 power outlet plus an extension chord.

Other technical needs: I need to check out the simple camera plus medium sized grey tripod. Also, because of the two installations, Carr has agreed to load a mac mini (4gb ram) with isadora to run this project.

Link if applicable: call Sam to check in.

Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

Artist: Michael Zeligs Title: What Moves You? Bio: Michael is interested in creative empowerment through interaction design. He is a recent graduate of CCRMA's MST program and focuses on designing intuitive controllers for a wide variety of audiences, from school children to SFBay nerd bots. mzeligs@ccrma.stanford.edu


Title: Rhythm for Squares

Full Description: Rhythm for Squares is a 4-person multiplayer stop-motion music video. It allows users to "perform" with video instruments, and collaborate to create interesting and fun musical textures

How loud is it: 1 jbl pa monitor, enough to penetrate background noise. Adjustable.

Length x Width x Height: 8 X 10 projection-on screen. Small table with controllers and projector about 5 from the wall.

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: No

Does it need to be hung from above: No

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need? 1 power outlet plus an extension chord.

Other technical needs: I'll check with jarek to see if any of the short throw projectors are available, otherwise I'll need to rent one of the optoma's. I'll neet either a portable table or those rolly surfaces from ccrma for the controllers.

Link if applicable:

Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

Artist: Michael Zeligs Title: Rhythm for Squares Bio: Michael is interested in creative empowerment through interaction design. He is a recent graduate of CCRMA's MST program and focuses on designing intuitive controllers for a wide variety of audiences, from school children to SFBay nerd bots. mzeligs@ccrma.stanford.edu.

Marisol Jimenez Becerra

Title: Rhizomatic Portal

Full Description: = sound and video installation seen through 6 peepholes of a wooden door

How loud is it: = it is very quiet

Length x Width x Height: 7ft x 6ft x 7ft

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: = no

Does it need to be hung from above: = no

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need? = 3

Other technical needs:

Link if applicable:

Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

Terry Berlier

Title: Pan Lid Gamelan I

Full Description:

How loud is it: Depends how hard you hit it. Loud-ish. Intermittedly as people interact with it.

Length x Width x Height: 7'x 8' x 8'

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: yes or no. I have a stand for it, it can float anywhere.

can you mount it yourself? do you need any tools or hardware to do this? can it be done between 11am - 4pm on the day of the show?

Does it need to be hung from above: no

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need? no

Other technical needs:

Link if applicable: http://museumcuriosa.com/terryberlier/panlid.html


Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

This piece started as a flippant response to the Jamaican saying that "two pan tops can't meet" or as translated to me from Jamaican patios as two vaginas can't come together. The homophobic Jamaican saying that is re-interpreted using thrift store pan lids.


David Birnbaum

Title:Quorum Hastae


Full Description: My piece has to do with the concept of "programmable matter". In the opinions of today's futurists and physicists, truly fluid, programmable matter won't be here for another 50-100 years, but when it does, the world will be, well, a bit different than it is today. So what can we do today that will allow people to feel they are controlling matter just like they control a musical instrument? How can we use musical control methods to allow people to self-express through matter and shape? My piece uses something called "dilatant fluid," which is just a fancy term for "cornstarch and water." When they're combined at the right ratio, they create a fluid that is solid when high shear force is applied, but liquid otherwise. When you put dilatant fluid on a speaker driver and then play tones into it, it does all sorts of interesting things. 


How loud is it: not loud

Length x Width x Height: 3ft x 4ft x 4ft

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: no

Does it need to be hung from above: no

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need? I need 2 power outlets. I can bring a power strip if necessary.

Other technical needs: table needed

Link if applicable: table needed


Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

My piece explores the concept of "programmable matter". In the opinion of today's futurists and physicists, truly fluid, programmable matter won't be invented for another 50-100 years. But when it does, the world will be, well, a bit different than it is today: the dichotomy between software and hardware will melt away, and there will be no difference between the information for how to construct and object and the object itself.

So what can we do today that will allow people to feel they are controlling matter just like they control a musical instrument? How can we use musical control methods to allow people to self-express through matter and shape? My piece uses something called "dilatant fluid," which is just a fancy term for "cornstarch and water." When they're combined at the right ratio, they create a fluid that is solid when high shear force is applied, but liquid otherwise. When you put dilatant fluid on a speaker driver and then play tones into it, it does all sorts of interesting things.


Visda Goudarzi

Title:

captive

Full Description:

How loud is it: not loud

Length x Width x Height: 3ft x 4ft x 4ft

Does it need to be mounted to the wall: no

Does it need to be hung from above: no

Does it need power? If so, how many power outlets do you need?

Other technical needs: table needed

Link if applicable:

Each piece will be accompanied by a small description for the public. Display description for the day of the event:

"captive" is an audio-visual piece to commemorate unrest in Iran. Persian calligraphy ("Nasta'liq") is demonstrated visually and sonically to represent protestors' messages in sympathy for political prisoners.