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Bill Seaman (USA): An Engine of Many Senses (2013/2017)

30.11.2017 to 23.02.2018 - SCHAURAUM Angewandte
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Bill Seaman (USA): An Engine of Many Senses (2013/2017)

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Bill Seaman (USA): An Engine of Many Senses (2013/2017) Bill Seaman (USA): An Engine of Many Senses (2013/2017)

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fri, 23.02.2018
10.00 h - 22.00 h
thu, 22.02.2018
10.00 h - 22.00 h
wed, 21.02.2018
10.00 h - 22.00 h
tue, 20.02.2018
10.00 h - 22.00 h

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Opening: Thu, Nov 30, 19:00
Venue: SCHAURAUM Angewandte
Admission free

An Engine of Many Senses is a generative computational work exploring the history and potential future of the computer.
It includes a series of media elements that combine and recombine over time -- 3d images, 2d stills, generative audio, generative
media "landscapes", generative text and video components. The work has a series of internal rules that play out different combinatoric
strategies as drawn from an extensive database of architectural topologies and processes. In particular the work includes a
series of allegorical time-based images of computers as well as collaged images from the history of the computer and computational history in general.

Credits:
generative installation | captured video/audio output from real-time engine (32:9 aspect ratio for two screens)
custom software written in C++/OpenGL, digital video/audio source material
Bill Seaman, Principle Investigator and Artist (concept and initial design), Todd Berreth (programming and additional design).

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