Travelling to nowhere

 

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Travelling to nowhere

Gaspar Morey

Electronic device

April 2015

Through the sound space, atmospheres are created in which different everyday situations appear, some brought to abstraction and some not, all of them in relation to the desire to find an ideal place to be. Will it be Honolulu?

This piece reflects on the fact of daydreaming and realizing or not our dreams. It also deals with the fears that we have to face in order to achieve our goals and the anxiety which this causes us, at the same time it reveals the pleasure that accomplished dreams bring. This work uses the interactive technology developed in parts in the interaction laboratory of Hangar to generate and/ or alter the sound space. The dancers are equipped with a three-dimensional accelerometer and the information of these is transmitted by wifi to the computer. The numerical data, generated by the movements of the dancer, are used to generate sounds, to launch already recorded sounds and to create part of the soundtrack.

Financing: Artist

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