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SpidersCanvas - PalaisDeTokyo - Excerpt 4

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Published on Jan 9, 2019

Excerpt from “Spider’s Canvas”
Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
Friday, November 23, 2018

The team of engineers and musicians make music in the canvas of the spider, using sonification of 3D models and 2D images in the harmonic language of Just Intonation. Rather than playing with the spider herself, we are using her webs as the basis of our music, reading her scores, using her geometries as the foundation for our vibrations, she provides us a soundscape through which we can wander. Spider's Canvas is presented as part of Tomás Saraceno's Carte Blanche exhibit at the Palais de Tokyo. —

Ian Hattwick, sound design
Christine Southworth, guitars, video projection art
Isabelle Su, coding and real-time data processing, sonification and visualization
Evan Ziporyn, EWI, sonification

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