[NetBehaviour] Emanent new-work in the true world

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Thu Feb 28 07:41:30 CET 2008

Emanent new-work in the true world

Please note: If you check http://www.alansondheim.org/ every few days,
just click on recent images/videos/textfiles. We're beginning radio-work
in relation to the National Radio Quiet Zone in West Virginia. Sedlock
works with a vibration transducer, sensitive from around .1hz-400hz, as
well as a NASA Inspire very low frequency radio and long-wire antenna.
Foofwa d'Imobilite and Sedlock completed a set of split-node motion
capture work; I've been putting up examples. Azure, Foofwa, and Sedlock
worked on a group of large laser scans with and without movement; these
are still being processed. Abjection smears sound/space/time/inscription
across vibration, vlf radio, scan, motion capture - work either at the
limit, or smeared from the center. The center dissolves with sheave-skin
but recuperates with shell thickening in 3d post-processing software.
So far I'm fascinated by the images/sounds; although the differences with
the avatar/mocap videos may appear minute, they represent fairly large-
scale behavior differences in the studio.

Kira Sedlock: vibration-meter-work


Kira Sedlock: very-low-frequency-radio-work


Foofwa d'Imobilite and Kira Sedlock: motion-capture-work,
construction of a troubled narrative


Comments forthcoming.

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