by Itaru Yasuda is a generative audiovisual installation made with Processing and SuperCollider.

The various circles are essential and only elements of this piece. These circles are generated randomly but on certain algorithmic rules of circulation. We can see minimal but effective expression of audiovisual reaction in this piece. Duration of one-loop is approximately nine minutes.



circulation, processing, super collider, kugeln, Installation


META/DATA: A Digital Poetics (2007) by pioneering digital artist Mark Amerika mixes (and remixes) personal memoir, net art theory, fictional narrative, satirical reportage, scholarly history, and network-infused language art. META/DATA is a playful, improvisatory, multitrack digital sampling of Amerika's writing from 1993 to 2005 that tells the early history of a net art world gone wild while simultaneously constructing a parallel poetics of net art that complements Amerika's own artistic practice. (The MIT Press)

Film as Film: Formal Experiment in Film 1910-1975 (1979) is a catalogue of an exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery in London from 3 May until 17 June 1979 on rare, essential and controversial avant-garde film history.

Notation. Calculation and Form in the Arts (2008) is a comprehensive catalogue (in German) edited by Dieter Appelt, Hubertus von Amelunxen and Peter Weibel which accompanied an exhibition of the same name at the Academy of the Arts, Berlin and the ZKM | Karlsruhe. (ZKM)



RedUniverse (2007) by Mark d'Inverno and Fredrik Olofsson. This is basically a set of tools for sonification and visualisation of dynamic systems. It lets us build and experiment with systems as they are running. With the help of these tools we can quickly try out ideas around simple audiovisual mappings, as well as code very complex agents with strange behaviours. (Fredrik Olofsson)

Brian O'Reilly is the creator of various works for moving images, electronic/noise music, mixed media collage, installation, and is a contrabassist, focusing on the integration of electronic treatments and extended playing techniques. (Brian O'Reilly on Vimeo)

Ali M. Demirel (*1972) studied Nuclear Engineering and Architecture. He started making experimental videos in 1993, focusing on minimal, eerie, hypnotic, and psychedelic images. Reflecting his background in physics and architecture, his videos are structural compositions with a conceptual base. (Phase 3)

Kandinsky (2009) edited by Tracey Bashkof is the first full-scale retrospective of the artist's career to be exhibited in the United States since 1985, when the Guggenheim culminated its trio of groundbreaking exhibitions of the artist's life and work in Munich, Russia, and Paris. This presentation of nearly 100 paintings brings together works from the three institutions that have the greatest concentration of Kandinsky's work in the world, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; and Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich; as well as significant loans from private and public holdings. (Guggenheim)

Robert Hodgin is a commercial designer and artist from Boston, Massachusetts. He was the co-founder and Creative Director at the Barbarian Group. Robert Hodgin's creative outlet is, an interactive experimental Flash site that has also garnered him international recognition. His work has been featured in virtually every major design magazine. Robert earned a bachelor's of fine arts degree in sculpture at Rhode Island School of Design. (Austin Museum of Digital Art)