It's a Body not a Diagram
It's a Body not a Diagram

 

It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)

Title from Jean Luc Nancy. Video using Interstream and MaxMSP. Stereo audio through transducers on the steel. Steel, tape, video, audio. Florida State University, Museum of Fine Art. 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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body1.jpg
It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)
It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)

Part 2 (in progress). Steel square tubing, audio transducers.

It's a Body not a Diagram
It's a Body not a Diagram

Part 2 - detail

your every breath a prayer
your every breath a prayer

video installation exhibited at ACOG, NM.

twinkle twinkle little star
twinkle twinkle little star

Sound created by manipulating a simple tune (twinkle twinkle little star) played on a childrens xylaphone.  The sound triggered the fans to move at different rates depending on the note played. And, depending on the note and its frequency, forced the yellow architecture paper to move. 2017

twinkle twinkle little star 2017.jpg
It's a Body not a Diagram
body2.jpg
body1.jpg
It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)
It's a Body not a Diagram
your every breath a prayer
twinkle twinkle little star
twinkle twinkle little star 2017.jpg
It's a Body not a Diagram

 

It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)

Title from Jean Luc Nancy. Video using Interstream and MaxMSP. Stereo audio through transducers on the steel. Steel, tape, video, audio. Florida State University, Museum of Fine Art. 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's a Body not a Diagram (Collaboration Clinton Sleeper, Terri Lindbloom)

Part 2 (in progress). Steel square tubing, audio transducers.

It's a Body not a Diagram

Part 2 - detail

your every breath a prayer

video installation exhibited at ACOG, NM.

twinkle twinkle little star

Sound created by manipulating a simple tune (twinkle twinkle little star) played on a childrens xylaphone.  The sound triggered the fans to move at different rates depending on the note played. And, depending on the note and its frequency, forced the yellow architecture paper to move. 2017

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