Through February 2014
A hypnotic, algorithmically generated video and sound installation by AJ Lindner joins Jennifer Zwick and Greg Lewis as the third and final element of the “exquisite corpse” Storefronts project at the future site of Stream Fifteen Apartment at 605 15th Ave E on Capitol Hill.
This is an aleatoric work, revolving around a core of chance triggering of audio and video pieces which are passed through custom algorithms to add a secondary level of chaotic modulation. The result is a generative multimedia onslaught of color, light and sound very much in line with my experimental sound project cathartech.
The source material includes fully-fledged compositions, field recordings, performance-oriented videos, site-specific video and brainwave entrainment audio programs. As the project progresses, new audio, video and processing algorithms will be added or modified, ensuring that dynamic narratives arise to the surface visit after visit.
The audio portion runs from 9AM to midnight daily, while the video portion goes through its generative cycle in concert with audio from 4:15pm* to midnight.
*Start times subject to change due to the gradual shift in sunsets.
Property courtesy of Stream Real Estate.