Live cinema performance created for the festival she makes noise 2018.
The audio was generated from the festival’s website. Then, the audio was saved as images. What you see is what you hear.
For my information about this technique, you can check “Turn sound into images, how?”.
I’ve made a new year album: The Angle Between. Happy 2018!
*WARNING: This film contains flashing images.*
*Some of the frequencies are quite low, so I recommend you to watch the film with headphones, but be careful with the sound volume.*
This film is the result of a 30 days challenge. It was originally published on a daily basis on Twitter—one-minute video per day from November 1 to 30 (2017). The sound was made in Audacity using tone and noise generators. Images are the audio files themselves saved as JPG, so what you see is what you hear.
You can find the original 30 one-minute films at my Twitter account: @null66913
This is what I’ve been doing lately. You can watch all my November one-minute films in this Twitter thread. All the films are similar, just tones and noise. I generate the frames using data bending techniques, so a bit of noise and a bit of glitch…
Three recent interviews:
Les Femmes Folles: This one is about why I do what I do, and a bit of politics and feminism.
Power Moves Label: This one is about music, sound, and noise, and a bit about visual music also.
Notodo: This one is in Spanish, about my work in general.