This sequence explores Enos fascination with generative music by randomly generating an image from the amplitude of the waveforms within the music being played.
The track is a sample of "An Ending (Ascent)" from "Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks. - not copyright to me.
Made using aftereffects
"I have nothing to say and i'm saying it" is a quote on poetry by John Cage.
This sequence is a happy mistake. The original sequence was a typographical piece inspired by Fluxus Video, which when exported became corrupted. In keeping with John Cages fascination with random chance, i decided to work with the corrupted version and polish it with the original.
The track is a sample of "4.33" recorded fro the BBC proms with a freeware clock tick over the top. - the soundtrack is not copyright to me.
Made using aftereffects and premier
This sequence is inspired by Tan Duns experimental work using paper as an orchestra in his paper concertos. I used a lotus flower to link the notion of chance and cause and effect from the other two sequences to this one.
" The lotus flower has a unique characteristic in that it blooms and sheds its seeds at the same time. In the context of Buddhism, the theory of karma says that, just like the lotus flower, our life is made up of cause and effect. Every cause -- be it action, word or thought -- will imprint an effect that can be seen in this lifetime or in future lives. "
The track is a sample of "For The World " from the hero soundtrack. and not copyrighted to myself.
Made using origami, quicktime pro and final cut pro
The full work in progress blog can be found here.