Looking at your Sonomotion works, what initially inspired this particular marriage of visual and audio artistry?
I’m interested in creating symbiotic processes for creating audio-visual streams. I think it’s the most natural way of creating an audio-visual composition.
Every sound in nature has a source in space, and it is the result of an action, force, or movement. So we can conclude that every sonic event has a visual stimulus, and both are coming from the same source in the space at the same time. Our brain recognises and connects these two and perceive them as one single event.
The digital world is lacking this contextual connection. Most of the time, we think of these audio-visual events as two separate objects. I’m trying to find ways of making this connection.
What if we can create a set of parameters and generate visual and sonic events based on those parameters all at the same time. What if the motions and movements, the digital matter’s properties, and other elements in the visual stream can affect the sound and music and vice versa?
Sonomotion aims at exploring these phenomena by applying force and motion to digital objects and materials with imaginary properties, then mapping and metaphorically translating their reactions into digital waveforms and vice versa. It aims at creating an entwined and autonomous audio-visual ecosystem and aesthetics in this metaphysical system.