KIMA – a holographic telepresence performance by Analema Group will showcase first run of the project at Kinetica Art fair with two performances only – 27th February at 7.30 and 1st of March at 7.00 pm.
Analema Group is also giving a talk at Kinetica at 1 pm on the 1st of March.
KIMA is a holographic visual and sound performance which reflects on communication via telepresence. The art piece is based on the physical conditions of cymatics – the study of physically visible sound wave patterns.
The word ‘Kima’ literally means ‘wave’ in ancient Greek; in this telepresence environment, participants experience the wave form both in its sonic and its physical form as a travelling, ever changing stimulus – as an interface of their actions and interactions.
In project KIMA, the space itself and its exploration are central. A dark space by its very nature offers an immersive environment. How do we respond to this environment – once we sense the presence of the Other? The dichotomy between you and me ceases to exist and gives way to an endless echo reverberating in both spaces. Information on the Other’s presence is only ever provided through sound and synesthetic analogue of the sound – in its visual form.
KIMA project offers an alternative view on communication, transcending physical boundaries and foraying into the realm of invisible tele-streams running through space.
Analema Group: Evgenia Emets, Oliver Gingrich, Alain Renaud, Jonny Stutters, Ivan Isakov, Patricia Afari, Anna Buonomo, Victoria Couper, Lani Rocillo
Analema Group: https://analemagroupblog.wordpress.com/
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‘Khaos’ live performance
Saturday, 11th of February, 13 pm
@ Kinetica 2012 / MAMAs 2012
followed by the artists’ talk
The project is an interactive visual and sound performance, in which a performer dissolves movement into light created by 3D visualization of fractal manipulation. ‘Khaos’ is investigation into the relationship between breathing, sound, movement and energy based practice and its reflection in a live artistic stage experience. It is aimed to explore the notion of space as field full of potentiality that can reveal itself through succession of movements in a dance.
The piece deals with hidden laws of fractal mathematics, complex algorithms and its reflection in human existence being part many processes in Nature. Using approach of intuitive dance, the performer moves within a geometric pattern created through movement, expanding and unfolding the fractal complexity through motion by altering the mathematical equation on the fly.
The performances that will take place during Kinetica Art Fair at Ambika P3 Marylebone (Westminster University) are part of annual competition commissioned by the Musion Academy (MAMAs). ‘Khaos’ project will be presented as first step of a project in collaboration between Eugenia Emets (artist), Mohammad Taha (3D animation / design), Eurico Moita (programmer), Patricia Afari (sound artist / programmer) to be further developed into a more complex setting. Later in the year Analema Group would aim to create a multi-layered performance, where the audience won’t see the changing variables of the equation, but will observe the infinite growth and depth of multi-world of dependent origination.
Special thanks to:
Humus – for letting us use the open source code
Anastasia Koro – for creating the costume (Anastasia Koro on FB)
Mattia Santachiara – for helping to develop initial keyboard controls for fractal manipulation
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Address for attending:
35 Marylebone Road
London, NW1 5LS
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Analema Group https://analemagroupblog.wordpress.com/
Eugenia Emets http://eugeniaemets.blogspot.com/
Mohammad Taha http://www.SirAlien-indea.com/
Patricia Afari http://nukarm.co.uk/
6 March at 8.00 pm
Ideas behind the Project:
A-Field is an invisible network, live, breathing, constantly shifting shape. Its beauty is unconcieved still omnipresent, imperceptible still manifesting, impersonal still transcending. Pure potentiality is hidden and can be sourced by activating centers of interconnections.
Tuning in with the space working with its qualities is the practice of activating its structure and transforming it through energy interaction. In the basis of this process is conscious recognition of the presence of layers of information and exploration of their qualities.
Manifestation takes the form of an experience, always unique and always enfolded into the total fabric of perception. Sensory systems can be infinitely expanded through observing the roots of reactions.
Description of the Project:
A-Field’ is an interactive immersive light and sound experience, taking place in the central courtyard of the Market Estate. It will run for about an hour and will incorporate live improvised sound in the setting of laser projection and ambient noise as biofeedback of artistic interaction with the moment.
The artist will control the sounds and light, through the real time activity of her brain and heart activity. She will essentially “conduct” the visual and musical score, through an EEG/ECG devices. It will provide a counterpoint to the sounds produced on site live by the musicians.
About Analema Group:
Analema Group is an art group of artists, researches, programmers, sound engineers. It acts as a single artist, on the principle of synergy, aiming to produce a site-specific phenomenal sonic and visual spatial experience.
For this project Analema Group: Eugenia Emets, Ryan Jordan, Tony Steffert, Gadi Sprukt, Carl Smith, collaborates with LCI and a number of musicians (Ampersand, Ramon Trecu) to carry out a immersive live experience.
LCI has been at the forefront of integrated son-et-lumiere production for over three decades. LCI conceives designs and engineers solutions for a truly international client base.
LCI is best known for creating and engineering spectacular evening shows; either “one-off” for special occasions or permanently installed products for theme parks and visitor attractions.
From salt-water marinas to arid deserts, LCI produces shows and events in the most arduous of environments.
LCI holds stocks of waterscreens, fountain systems, full colour lasers, intelligent LED lighting, large format video projectors, sound reinforcement and full show control solutions.
LCI maintains a network of regional project managers that covers its core market zones; the UK, mainland Europe, the Middle East, the USA, Hong Kong and China.
With almost forty years of experience in delivering world-class shows, installations and technical solutions, LCI is the first choice for event producers, lead agencies and tourism promoters across the globe.
The g.Tec Mobilab Max/MSP Brainwave interface was designed and
developed by Dr Mick Grierson and Matthew Yeeking, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Arts Council of England, Finn Peters, and Goldsmiths College, University of London and is used with permission.
Live sound act:
Formed in 2001 in South London, Ampersand experiment with noise. Tracks are improvised and feature pianos carcasses, shell casings, corrugated iron, flaming scaffold and rusted metal sculptures. Sounds mesh together creating multifaceted abstract music.