Rotary Signal Emitter – Side A “Belleville Springs / Overmodulation High”
Sculpture is an audiovisual performance duo from London – electronic music producer, Dan Hayhurst, and animator, Reuben Sutherland.
The Rotary Signal Emitter is an LP that can be played conventionally or as a self contained film. You just have to place the record on a turntable and direct a bright lamp at the record as it plays to film the record as it spins.
Sutherland ‘DJs’ with home-made zoetropic discs, intricate concentric rings of illustrated frames, projecting fragments of looping images at 33, 45 and 78 rpm – pre-Edisonian imaging technology combined with a digital video camera.
Hayhurst deploys prepared audio material (found tapes, lo-fi electronics, computer programming, and analogue noise) across 1⁄4” tape loops, hardware sampler, cassette walkman and CDJ deck.
We are proud to be part of Fresh Abroad along with Aybar-Mateos, Carlos Arroyo, Basurama, Nerea Calvillo, Izaskun Chinchilla, Dosis, Elii, Mi5, Mauro Gil-Fournier, Husos, Ramiro Losada, TallerDe2, PKMN, Marcelo Ruiz, Wilk-Salinas, Luis Úrculo and Zuloark. A new exhibition curated by Ariadna Cantis.
From the 3rd-12th October in Intermediae/La Salita, in Matadero-Madrid.
We have been working for a company in New Zealand lately and found out about John Gully, a landscape artist from the 19th century. He used to do a lot of traveling around New Zealand with his friend James Richmond by horseback, sometimes for weeks, looking for views to portrait.
Workshop with Alcala U. Students
Architect Ryuji Nakamura designed a tiny paper house to place over your webcam so you can appear as a giant in your videochats. The paper house was part of a workshop Nakamura did for DESIGNEAST 01 back in late 2010. Look inside the house to find your own gaze exposed on the computer screen. Spy yourself through a device for reversed voyeurism.