Aug – Sep 2022 / Tredje Våningen, Gothenburg, Sweden
Exploring the connection between perception and creativity this conceptual performance combines dance, visuals and everchanging soundscapes to communicate the perceptive experience of ones senses slipping away.
Nov – dec 2021 – Location: Radboud universiteit, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Prime Symphony is a multimedial exhibition of generative art that brings sound and visuals to some of the most interesting and eccentric numbers that exist. Each day a new art piece is generated, portraying a specific, randomly generated prime number. Without any human input, but with just a painting robot and a sonification algorithm, each number is transformed into a symphonic soundscape and an abstract painting emerging throughout the day.. It will be shown in the South Hall of the Huygens building At Radboud University in Nijmingen, Netherlands from the 8th of November until the 24th of December.
Prime numbers holds mysteries. They appear random, but are they? Whether or not there is even the slightest hint of structure in the repetition patterns is currently the largest unproven theorem in mathematics and has been so for over a century .