In the summer of 2017 a group of artists based in Belfast formed UMBRELLA. The group is a collective that aims to promote arts practices related to sound, listening and aural environments. Meeting monthly at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, the group seeks to collaborate on new works and present public events that feature aurally-engaged artworks.
Four channels: percussion, synthesizer and field recordings (halloween fireworks) with animated parameters and random start points for playback. Non-linear rhythms.
BEW Live AV – generative, reactive and prepared audio and video.
Audio and video live noise/signal generation test.
MX12 feedback loop using a bent VEC1070 with touch points to control noise and feedback.
Captured in SD.
5 layers of video. 4 Layers of audio.
Some parameters to clocks (60, 120, 240 BPM) other parameters reactive to audio amplitude, other parameters to random.