Simultaneous Echoes

Frank Lyons, Masaki Fujihata

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Abstract

Simultaneous Echoes, a collaborative audio/visual project between composer Frank Lyons and media artist Masaki Fujihata, explores how notions of contested space and border may be challenged in cyberspace. Using 'Fieldworks', a software program specially designed by Takeshi Kawashima, Simultaneous Echoes is a series of six short pieces wherein digital video from locations in the North-West of Ireland, controlled by GPS data and projected in 3-D, is fused with computer-generated soundscapes spatialised using 8-channel playback to create an environment which transcends accepted boundaries on a variety of levels.
LanguageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 25 Aug 2009
EventSimultaneous Echoes - Edith Russ Haus, Oldenburg, Germany
Duration: 25 Aug 2009 → …

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Lyons, F. (Author), & Fujihata, M. (Author). (2009). Simultaneous Echoes. Exhibition
Lyons, Frank (Author) ; Fujihata, Masaki (Author). / Simultaneous Echoes. [Exhibition].
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