The sound elements of acoustic instruments in rhythmic counterpoint are manipulated through electroacoustics processes, to achieve a sense of disorder and discrepancy in the system. The same behaviour is reflected in the graphical side of the work, in which increasing distortions and disturbances influence the movements of a particle system.
What if past, present and future were flowing simultaneously? The third part of the work is an attempt of audiovisual representation of such a simultaneous time-flow, in which all the compositional elements re-settle into a different system where everything happens simultaneously in any direction of time: a universe where the notions of past, present and future lose their meaning.
I am interested in the artistic applications of system models, algorithmic music and computational creativity. Currently a research engineer in Creative Media Technology at KTH university in Stockholm, I make sounds and visuals working with data.