1 Thing Each Day…

Squeal - Henry Chu

Squeal

 

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I’m not sure if I like this but it is certainly interesting. I like the idea of the audio being linked to the way you touch the pad. I think the way the scrolling system works is really nice as well.

Enjoy.


Google Log.

Google Log - Graeme Clark - 20/6/11

Google Log – 20/6/11

‘do it like a dude lyrics’ has jumped back to 1st place in the log. No other changes.


1 Thing Each Day…

Elisa Valero Ramos - Office Space

Office Space

Ramos has given new dimensions to this tired and boring office space. I think the amount of light and casting shadows are fantastic in the space. The extra windows and internal lights make the space look much larger. I’d love to exhibit some form of reflective glass in this space as I imagine it would look spectacular.

Enjoy.


Google Log.

Google Log - Graeme Clark - 19/6/11

Google Log – 19/6/11

No changes to the log. There is however a nice commemorative image for Dad’s on Father’s Day. Got my Dad a bag of sweets and a wee book of ‘Things a Man Should Know’.


1 Thing Each Day…

Color a Sound - Blair Neal

Color a Sound

 

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I found this piece through everydaylistening.com and thought it was really interesting. The sounds created are really interesting but I actually think that the process and the machine itself are equally or more interesting.

Enjoy.


Google Log.

Google Log - Graeme Clark - 18/6/11

Google Log – 18/6/11

We have changes! ‘do it like a dude lyrics has dropped two places from 1st to 3rd. It has been replaced by ‘do it all’! I love this statement. Don’t for the life of me know why someone would ask this to a Google search engine, but oh well? ‘do it’ has also bumped up 1 place too. People seem to be positive about doing everything today!


1 Thing Each Day…

Piano Migrations Installation - Kathy Hinde

Piano Migration Installation

 

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The inside of an old upright piano, rescued from destruction, is transformed into a kinetic sound sculpture. Video projections move across the surface of the piano strings, triggering small machines to twitch and flutter causing the strings to resonate. The video is visually akin to a musical score or piano roll, and this installation can also become the site for a live performance. (taken from vimeo)

I think this work is great. It reminds me of Lee Paterson’s work with contact microphones and steel fences.

Enjoy.