ISEA 2012: Constructive Interference

October 7th, 2012

ISEA 2012: Constructive Interference

Some brief documentation of our 8 hour performance / interactive installation as part of the International Symposium on Electronic Art, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. We transformed the Chapel next to the Hotel Albuquerque into an immersive, interactive audiovisual environment / instrument . Using camera-based motion tracking, we created a feedback loop between audience, architecture, realtime rendered visuals and sound. Teetering between performance and installation, we guided the response of the hybrid work and collaboratively authored an 8-hour celebration of site, situation, system and sensation. Special thanks to the ISEA staff and the staff at the Hotel Albuquerque.