A collaboration with Jamie Marie Rose!
Andrea Dezsö and I sent a postcard back and forth for a month, drawing on it each time.
I’ll post video here when flickr’s working again; meanwhile you can watch it on instagram.
Sam Underwood turned an old tape deck into a drum machine, so I turned my old dog into a drum.
I’ll post the video when flickr finishes updating their video servers. Meanwhile, you can watch most of it on instagram.
Justin sent me some field recordings and a picture of this manuscript page from Luc Ferrari’s Presque Rien #1. I used the page as a score to fade and trigger bits from Justin’s recordings.
I’ll post the video when flickr finishes updating their video servers, or you can watch it on instagram.
Martin sent me a recording of his robot plotter doing its thing. I cut the recording up randomly into samples and played Bach’s Invention #6 on it.
Andrew sent me an odd assortment of videos, so I decided to see how much I could mess them up using nothing but iMovie.
Stephanie (stephaniesaralifshutz.com/) brought the neon, I brought the laser cutter offcuts I’d been saving for years, and we built this blinky disco palace just for one night.
We didn’t quite finish what we thought we were working on, but Walter made this amazing video!
Ranjit Bhatnagar – code and prototype
Kitundu – scratch and video
Jonathan: “I think my sister [Lara] just pocket dialed me while teaching a lesson, because now I have a 3 minute long voicemail of someone playing scales on a cello.”
Jonathan sent me the voicemail and I added the accompaniment. Jonathan also made the video.
(audio at soundcloud)
Streamers and dance by Sarah Blood (sarahblood.com), music and animation by me.
If you want to dance it yourself, you can find the music & animation at editor.p5js.org/ranjit/full/GHilnmgjE (click to start and stop and change music, space bar to change animations)