WOSAWIP (collaborative performance)

Till Bovermann, Chi-Hsia Lai

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formPerformanceArt in coproduction

Abstract

wosawip is a structured sound improvisation. The performance features two different instruments: a custom-made wireless device that enables the performer to have control of the live electronics and musical structure and a synthesis environment that featuring a probabilistic engine that can be controlled on a meta-level. Till plays the synthesis part based on Callum Goddards AutoSpatialisation and Rob Hordijk’s Benjolin. Chi-Hsia wears a custom-made wristwatch-like device, which enables her to have control of live electronics and musical structures. It sends directional and positional information of her hand to a computer where it is used as control parameters for her performance system. The acoustic sounds are picked up with microphones, and processed in real-time. http://tai-studio.org/index.php/projects/compositions/wosawip/
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art

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    Bovermann, T. (Author), & Lai, C-H. (Author). (2012). WOSAWIP (collaborative performance). Performance