interactive audio-visual installation by Atelier Avant - Se-Lien Chuang
& Andreas Weixler.
The room reacts to the audience in algorithmic choice of pictures
and their transformation and processes realtime audio within an electroacoustic
Se-Lien Chuang concept, audio & visuals & Andreas
Weixler audio & interactive programming.
more info on technical equipment, international
performances, resesarch sites
The system is very flexible in size and to the exhition place.
15th of December 2000 Experimental Intermedia, New York
19th of January 2001 Nagoya, Sound Design Lab/Nagoya City University,
16th -20th of May at Laval Virtual and VRIC (Virtual Reality
International Conference), France
26th of October to 4th of November 2001 artport 01/mediaselect 2001,
Coordination Atelier Avant, Graz, Austria, studio for music
& art computing of Weixler-Chuang.
"Living cave" developed at Nagoya City University, School of Design
and Architecture, Japan 2000-2001 during a research in computer
music and interactive audio visual computer arts.
"cave" by Se-Lien Chuang at Sheffield University Sound Studio (SUSS)
in England 1999 during a composers in residence of the artists.
real media video clips:
Laval Virtual France 2001
(7 MB download),
Nagoya Japan 2001 (10 MB download)
pictures from performances
in France and Japan
original cave, SUSS, England (mp3 596
audience ambience from artport, Nagoya
2001 (mp3 676 k)
audience smack performance from artport,
Nagoya 2001 (mp3 608 k)
trial_performance for violin &cello
by kuwayama-kijima at artport, Nagoya 2001 (mp3 1,1 MB)