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Full of beauty and power – thank you for sharing!
Do you mind telling us a little more about what sort of equipment you are using? What stones / minerals are you filming? Do you have interest in making more?
Awesome work! I love the miniatures and puppetry. Would love to hear and see more about your work and how it is displayed live, if it is, because it looked like you do or at least could show this physically? Or would / do you do video installation? Please tell us more! This is very awesome and very much at home in the VRL.
I have a big love of puppetry and a little experience – have also toyed with it alongside projected video… would love to revisit some of those ideas.
I have added several new links to the Resources: post, including several free / open source video mixers, a few paid programs, and some similar projects and conversations happening elsewhere. I expect to be utilizing one or more of these programs in my upcoming experiments.
Took a look into their work – awesome stuff! Thank you for sharing.
I will reach out and see if there is an interest to help develop an HD unit with us here, or at the very least, I will sign up for on of their classes… Raspberry Pi might be the happy middle ground between a computer and “analog” style.
Definitely not just videos or video documentation! I think for now, whatever you feel compelled to share after reading the description would be most welcome! Considering this is SOMA, there should be some sort of nexus between either your audible expressive practice, or somehow embody or employ a concept that is SOMA flavored, such as “chaos”. This is pretty open ended, but I believe just by virtue of being here there will be a common thread that appears. We are here to help define what SOMA flavored actually means! What is a SOMA aesthetic?
If you mean the first video, that would be me – thank you!
RESOURCES (UPDATED 7/5/2020)
TEXT & WEB:
James Crutchfield – “Space-Time Dynamics in Video Feedback”
(Scholarly article also including general information)
Douglas Hofstadter – “I Am A Strange Loop”
(Book about feedback loops and their relation to consciousness and evolution)