Interstellar Movematicians performing on Jamming Gravity pressure-sound platform.
Musify+Gamify exhibition, Seymour Centre, Vivid Sydney 2015.
Jamming Gravity by Frank Feltham (RMIT), Ollie Bown (USyd) and Lian Loke (USyd).
Performers Jodie McNeilly and Lian Loke.
Performing Mobilities, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne 2015.
Núñez-Pacheco, C. and Loke, L. (2015) The Felt Sense Project: Towards A Methodological Framework For Designing and Crafting from the Inner Self. ISEA2015, Vancouver.
Loke, L., Reinhardt, D. and McNeilly, J. (2015) Performer-Machine Scores for Choreographing Bodies, Interaction and Kinetic Materials. In Proc. MOCO'15, 2nd International Workshop on Movement and Computing: Intersecting Art, Meaning, Cognition, Technology, ACM
Two fabulous weeks spent at the Rex Cramphorn Studio (Sydney Uni) devising material for the performance, directed by Michelle St Anne, Living Room Theatre Company, with Imogen Cranna and Maddy Wilson.
A costume sketch for a 19th century domestic servant (or is it Ma Hubbard), starring Barbie!
The mutton chop sleeve has a nice connection to the taxidermy.
Three successful grants awarded!
Prototype v2.0 demonstration at Lifestyle Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Symposium, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, November 2014. The prototype consists of a pressure-sensitive surface, with a responsive sound generated when people walk on the surface. The sound engine is built using Ableton Live and Max for Live. This enables all kinds of sensor to sound mappings and a wide diversity of sounds to be generated.
Animation by Captain Pipe.