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- bonus level: youtu.be/22oP_9G9WEw via @youtube 5 days ago
- heard they will play this music sahelsounds.bandcamp.com/album/la-musiq… here facebook.com/pages/How-To-B… 5 days ago
- the sweet taste of xylitol - inc sculpture remix - now on bandcamp xylitol.bandcamp.com/album/the-swee… 1 week ago
- June 21. Sculpture. Wanda Group. Lumbers. @TheOuterChurch Brighton. http://t.co/JeYqLYAFIx 1 week ago
- June 20. Sculpture. Vinyl Pimp. Hackney Wick http://t.co/jU5TIrhy66 1 week ago
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Sculpture: Slime Code
Slime Code is an exotic particle soup of pause button tape edits, varispeed action, VU busting tape saturation, freakform noise, grazing tape loop critters, and electronic rhythms.
The music was performed live to 8 track tape by Dan Hayhurst and Reuben Sutherland on 1st July 2011.
7 unique dubs to C20 compact cassette were executed by DH, and a digital edit was compiled from the C20s on August 6th 2011.
The 7 unique C20s and free unlimited digital manifestation will be available through Kaleidoscope from Valentine’s Day.
LED strobe by toucylab
Made a LED flasher for animation using turntable.
Record is “Sculpture – TOAD BLINKER”
Time interval from turning LED on and off is about 0.04s(40ms) using PIC micro controller 16F690.
Shoot this video with Apple Iphone 4s.
Elk Cloner appears on TOAD BLINKER, a psychophonotropic picture disc LP by music and animation duo, SCULPTURE.
We use a video camera shooting 25 frames per second at a high shutter speed to make animations using illustrated picture discs, exploiting the same mathematical quirk as a phenakistoscope. We had a go at improvising a simple device to view the animations without a video camera…you’ll need some black cardboard, a sharp knife, a yoghurt pot, a record player and a bright light.
(here’s one we made earlier…)
The design could be ‘finessed’… e.g. we found we could watch the animation happen directly on the surface of the record (rather than by peering through the slots in the cardboard) by pointing the light through the slots at certain angles, suggesting a device incorporating a mirror and a carefully positioned light source could be very effective.
sculpture at mutek 2011:
turned into tooth lock
Thanks to The Wire magazine for featuring these films!