16 Feb 2016

Op On Screen Interactive 2009

Lower East Side Performing Arts New York

16 Feb 2016

Lower East Side Performing Arts

New York Public Library, Hamilton Fish Park

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Rainbow Resonance | Sofia Paraskeva

October 15, 2009

From camera input a computer vision installation produces images and sounds according to the movement of the participator’s body
Programming by Sofia Paraskeva

Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements.

Rainbow Resonance 1

Rainbow Resonance 1,
Participators trigger sound and visuals with their body movement at
Op On Screen Interactive,
New York Public Library,
Hamilton Fish Park,
October 15, 2009

Rainbow Resonance 2

Rainbow Resonance 2

Rainbow Resonance 3

Rainbow Resonance 3

Rainbow Resonance 4

Rainbow Resonance 4, Children playing with Rainbow Resonance at
Op On Screen Interactive,
New York Public Library,
Hamilton Fish Park,
October 15, 2009

 

Voices for Speakers | Lesley Flanigan

October 17, 2009

Interactive video display, Pamela Stein and Sarah Moulton, sopranos

Voices for Speakers uses vocalizations and feedback technology to create an interactive sound environment. This performance of Lesley’s work will include some new sounds using the dynamic voices of sopranos Sarah Moulton and Pamela Stein along with the video artistry of Luke DuBois.

Voices for Speakers 1

Voices for Speakers 1,
Lesley Flanigan and sopranos Pamela Stein and Sarah Moulton performing Voices for Speakers at
Op On Screen Interactive,
New York Public Library,
Hamilton Fish Park,
October 17, 2009

Voices for Speakers 2

Voices for Speakers 2,
Lesley Flanigan and sopranos Pamela Stein and Sarah Moulton performing Voices for Speakers

Voices for Speakers 3

Voices for Speakers 3,
Lesley Flanigan and sopranos Pamela Stein and Sarah Moulton performing Voices for Speakers

Voices for Speakers 4

Voices for Speakers 4,
Lesley Flanigan and sopranos Pamela Stein and Sarah Moulton performing Voices for Speakers

 

Trickster | Sofia Paraskeva, Elodie Lauten, Khoi Bao Le

October 22, 2009

The Trickster with Sofia Paraskeva’s interactive environment, Elodie Lauten’s
music and Khoi Bao Le’s choreography

Audio-visual Interactive Dance Performance involving computer vision motion tracking and a sensor glove interface

The Trickster is a collaborative sound and interactive installation with choreography by Khoi Bao Le and visuals and sound effects by Sofia Paraskeva. This performance is an offshoot from Lauten’s new work The Two-Cents Opera, involving interactivity between movement, music, and image projections triggered by dance and a wireless musical glove.

Trickster 1

Trickster 1

Trickster 2

Trickster 2,
Khoi Bao Le performing for The Trickster at
Op On Screen Interactive,
New York Public Library,
Hamilton Fish Park,
October 22, 2009

Trickster 3

Trickster 3

Trickster 4

Trickster 4

Trickster 5

Trickster 5

Trickster 6

Trickster 6

Trickster 7

Trickster 7,
Elodie Lauten playing her custom Trine, Khoi Bao Le improvising choreography, and Sofia Paraskeva programming interactivity for The Trickster performance, October 2009

Trickster 8

Trickster 8

Trickster 9

Trickster 9,
Elodie Lauten,
Khoi Bao Le, and Sofia Paraskeva working together for The Trickster
performance at
Op On Screen Interactive,
October 2009

 

Echolations | Arleen Schloss and Emma Zakarevicius

October 24, 2009

Note: Projections by Arleen Schloss interact with graffiti art by local artist on the library wall and children’s art displays

Echolations, a performance-sound environment for electronically processed voices. Arleen Schloss & Emma Zakarevicius will present a collaborative performance piece for voices and electronic echolations investigating the primitive desire with alphabetic sanskrit vocal sounds and digital techno-poetics (signs) as a mode of communication and connection.

Echolations 1

Echolations 1,
Arleen Schloss and Emma Zakarevicius performing Echolations at
Op On Screen Interactive,
New York Public Library,
Hamilton Fish Park,
October 24, 2009

Echolations 2

Echolations 2

Echolations 3

Echolations 3

Echolations 4

Echolations 4

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