Magnetic tape is looped around the wheels and is driven by a system of motors. The sound of the surrounding space is broadcast and recorded randomly on different parts of the looped tape making a constant feedback/delay loop that is gradually developing more and more.
As opposed to classical feedback loop this one is hyperspacial, since it has multiple recording points which trigger randomly on random parts of the tape. The resulting recording on the magnetic tape would be used as documentation and as a source material for further exploration.
Spatial recording of the space and the interactions with the space and the constant rewriting of the loop would serve like a spatial amplifier, accenting the characteristics of the particular space of the performance and removing the articulated sounds, abstracting it until the only thing left is the sound of the space and how it resonates.
Produced by T.R.I.B.E. and MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art
Medium: Perfect Paperback + eBook
Product Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 7 mm
Publisher: Departamento De Ficción
About the book and a download link
link for the book
Proceedings of re-new 2013 media art conference and festival, held October 27 - November 2, 2013 at PB43, Copenhagen, Denmark. The annual re-new media art conference/festival is a meeting-point for all those active in the art-science-technology amalgam. The event is a platform for artists, technologists, curators, researchers and scientists alike, and facilitates networking, knowledge sharing and dissemination.
Product Dimensions: 210x280mm
Publisher: RE-NEW Digital Arts festival
Spheres (Euclidian space) from Hrvoje Hirsl on Vimeo.
In Euclidean space, objects are determined by three dimensions, the x-y-z coordinates. Spheres introduce discomfort into the space and seemingly distort it by changing their volume, positions and spatial relationships. Positioned somewhere between the multiuniverse, spatial distortion and cybernetic bodies, they are unspecified bodies whose function is unknown but their presence leaves a mark in the space, bringing unrest, chaos and playfulness.
The number of the spheres is variable, depending on the size and position of the work in the space. The spheres are randomly placed in the space, unequally distant from each other, creating fields of blanks and clusters. They are pneumatic and they respond to visitors, like some excited organic creatures, leaping in the air with an accompanying whistle when someone approaches them and tries to pass by them. They are connected by a system of rubber tubes to an air supply, that is, a compressor. A system of valves and sensors determines the order of their ignition and extinction, depending upon the presence of the visitors.
• 16 x air distribution
• 16 x electromagnetic valve
• 256 x trumpets
• 100m x PVC pipe
• Arduino Mega 2560
• 16 x Relay Module
• PIR Sensor
• 50 m2
• 100l air compressor
Photo by: Filip Beusan
Photo editing: Hrvoje Hiršl