sound and color streams

sound & color streams from the lake champlain waterfront
when: april 6, 2010, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm EST
site location: ECHO lake aquarium and science center - burlington, vermont
online international collaborative: (use browsers firefox or google chrome)
artists: jenn karson & matt larson

press release
more about the international collaborative

art collider project summary:

sound & color streams from the lake champlain waterfront is an experimental art installation
that sends live sound and color streams from the lake champlain waterfront into the international
online project, the art collider (TAC). The installation uses temperature and humidity sensing
and max/MSP/jitter.

[sample sound stream]
[sample color stream]

The live sound and video streams are part of the artists’ ongoing project
sound and color: exploring time and place on the lake champlain waterfront.

Participation in the art collider and the synchronized event "art incurable" is a unique opportunity to simultaneously share and exchange explorations of sound, color, time & space of lake champlain in the concrete form of a site-based
installation, and in an online world of international artistic collaboration.

site location:
ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
One College Street
Burlington, VT 05401
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lat/logn: +44° 28' 36.51", -73° 13' 14.37"

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