Micro Loop Macro Cycle
“Micro Loop Macro Cycle” brings an environmental cycle system to a generative sound installation, that reveals comprehensive sonic information about the dynamic states of present time and space.
Water is the main subject of the piece, the most comment substance on Earth which carries life and exist almost in every biogeochemical cycle systems. Water is highly connected to the surrounding conditions: from large scale environmental changes to molecular scale like: energy waves and chemical substance. Through studies of different states of water, it bring insights on understanding systematic interactions, and also provide measurement and evidence of our relationship with the nature.
The focal point of this installation is to present how a tiny event – a drop of water form the melting ice, in a given cycle system creates feedback loops that eventually can be seen as the whole. And also how every aspects inside the system – air temperature, moisture, physical materials, architectural characters, presence of the viewers, are interconnected and capable of revealing the bigger picture by its own.
Panning Time&Space (live A/V version)
“Panning Time & Space” investigates our dependency on digital technology to enhance the experiences of our daily life, and explores how these digital artifacts affect our perceptions of the physical world.
Participants are invited to interact with the installation’s audio and visual content, by moving their hands above the motion and gesture sensor, which acts as a bridge between the physical and virtual realms, generating glimpses into newly formed composite realities on both temporal and spatial levels. The images undergo transformations both subtle and marked, according to the nature of hand movements, from a few lines of shifted pixels to entire frames of altered video. In contrast to the common perspective of sensing space through a full picture, the spatial contexts are instead experienced here as time, through repetition and developments.
The unseen sounds are placed in the virtual space in fixed positions, which are accessible and deducible through experimentation with the placement of different hand positions. Unlike a continuous listening experience in a certain timeframe, the sonic components become tangible as particles forming in space.