A short video by myself and Chihao Yo featuring Jen Vincent and Nupur Mathur. The exercise is exploring the notion of ‘interval’ in a conversation — duration, tempo, cadence. I built a quick Jitter patch to auto-edit the first section (nothing about the timing from the original footage has been altered); Chihao did the second by hand (the order is consistent). In theory we wanted to choose the subjects at random, but it turns out they are great friends, and that made it a better piece.
Part of the Eyebeam Chats series…
Poetics of Computer Language: Beauty, complexity and metaphor in the development of new computer languages. Jonathan Vingiano, Ramsey Nasser and Brian House in conversation with Caroline Woolard.
Jonathan Vingiano and Ramsey Nasser are both creating engaging, intuitive and poetic computer programming languages, focusing on the aesthetics of user interface and code. Brian House is a composer and programmer who is intensely interested in the difference between ‘scores’ and ‘code’ in computer music.
Quotidian Record in the Eyebeam Annual Showcase. Opening Reception Thursday, January 17, 6–8PM
Brian House, Caroline Woolard, Carrie Mae Rose, Daniel Neumann, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, James George, Jonas Lund, Jonathan Minard, Jonathan Vingiano, Kaho Abe, Mark Shepard, Nick Fox-Gieg, Paolo Cirio, Ramsey Nasser, Sarah Grant and Zach Gage
NEW WORK: Tanglr
1. Cause to become twisted together with or caught in.
2. Involve someone in difficulties or complicated circumstances.
1. An extension for Google Chrome which, when activated, anonymously links you with another person. When you browse, your partner is taken to the same urls. Likewise, when your partner browses, your browser changes to what they’re seeing. The two of you have to work it out together.
data privacy, quantum mechanics, relation in time, perfect lovers