AquaVoltaic is a commentary on the commercial use and abuse of water, and a satire of globalisation and popular media. After buying a consignment of water from a shady Nigerian in Sierra Leone, quixotic Afro-Caribbean ‘businessman’ John Jay-Jay Joseph attempts to smuggle his booty through London and Essex to Outback Australia, where he intends to sell it to a mysterious Aboriginal tribe with magical realist ambitions.
Prefall 135 is an interactive audio-visual installation. It uses the energy of falling water to make watermills rotate and produce sound and graphics.
The sound is inspired in the sound produced by natural elements like wind and water. Every watermill has a specific function in this system, and the movement generated by the water falling will change parameters, creating this way some dynamic evolutions in the sound that comes from the installation.
Generated graphics are created according to the input of the camera that detects the rotation of the wheels.
Work in progress of the installation "A Chuva não cai da Lua"
Andreia Luis (video edition)
by Nothing + minimalartifact
was supposed to be released at BeachParty 2009 (didn't work out)
Kazuya - jellyfish anim
NNY - track (part of -0º album)
ps - remixed track / code
V* - code
With Earthscore, we can compose different ways of living on Earth.
Earthscore is a notational system similar to musical scoring. Just as conductors use classical music notation to orchestrate various musical instruments into a symphony, so Earthscore orchestrates different electronic media into "symphonies of knowledge" that support living on Earth in sustainable ways. Earthscore also includes a formal approach to working collaboratively, a yoga of relationships called Threeing.
Drawing Water is a constructed landscape shaped by the relationship between where water falls and where it is consumed within the United States. It builds images to expose the reality that water is channeled, pumped, and siphoned to locations far from where it falls. Although the paths are imagined, Drawing Water is based on real data and it reveals a clear truth about water resources and use.
A temporary installation by the Living Architecture Lab at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Environmental Health Clinic at New York University.
Interactive installation at h2o emergencias.