Channel at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Channel is a data-driven artwork that enacts the process of interpretation, playing with the gaps between experience, measurement and representation.
In installation mode the synchronized audiovisual patterns are driven by recorded EEG data from a person experiencing an epileptic seizure. As one moves closer to the artwork, the resulting sound and rhythm are altered.
In performance mode, utilizing the instrumental capacity of the work, the artists manipulate generative realtime data into unique audiovisual sequences and patterns.
Channel, 2012, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Petra Sertic.
(interactive installation; corrugated polycarbonate panels, LEDs, custom electronics and software, EEG seizure data, loudspeakers)
Science Consultant, Dr. Ralph G. Andrzejak, Department of Information and Communication Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Fabrication Support, Adam Felgemaker
Audio Support, PS Audio, Inc.