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Interactive visual performance system designed and programmed in TouchDesigner in collaboration with electronic musician Jay Bhattacharya [EMERSE] especially for Swell at Melbourne Music Week 2014.
 
Simple black and white barcode, binary and mathematical patterns were created by the interpretation of data generated during EMERSE’s live electronic performance. The walls surrounding EMERSE as he played were projection mapped with the generative patterns, altering how the space was perceived, creating a false sense and illusion of added depth.
 
Melbourne Music Week 2014 Wrap Video
 



rat & co


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Since late 2013, I have been collaborating with Melbourne band Rat & Co on various audio visual performances, festival performances such as Sugar Mountain, galleries such as the National Gallery of Victoria, and the production of various local Melbourne shows.
 
Our collaborative creative vision for our live performances is to craft a seamlessly integrated and responsive audio visual set, designed to take viewers senses on an interplanetary journey.
 
My live setup consists of real-time 3D graphics, composited with a bank of traditional video footage I have collected and created over the years, a pipeline of real-time GLSL post production and effects, with seamless MIDI integration from both the bands live Ableton Set, and my own MIDI devices for triggering of visual elements, and effects control. The performance setup has been designed and developed in Derivative’s TouchDesigner, with a focus on portable visual banks and 3D graphics and a portable effects pipeline.
 
The above video is some documentation from our show at Sugar Mountain Festival 2015.
 
Big thanks to Phoebe Powell for the great photographs from our show at Shadow Electric on the 02.04.15
 
The second series of images below are from a performance at Estonia House with in collaboration with the creators of Shadow Electric in mid 2015.
 
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converse made by you

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converse made by you





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To celebrate 100 years of the universally appealing Chuck Taylor All Star, Converse launched the Made by You campaign that highlights ways All Star owners around the world customise their favorite sneakers.
 
The advertising campaign takes the lived-in and loved kicks of the likes of Andy Warhol and Roy English, as well as everyday wearers to demonstrate the various ways they mate their Chuck Taylor All Stars their own original works of art.
 
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I was commissioned to design and develop a custom software solution for a mobile photographic studio that can roam free, capturing the heart and soul of All Star owners in Australia.
 
The software’s functionality includes the ability to remotely control any Canon EOS camera over USB, capture / photograph, color correct, compose to printable PDF, collect user data, email the composed lockups, print and finally share the composed imagery to Facebook.
 
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The system all runs out of the back of a van, where a miniature studio photography rig has been built for ultimate portability.
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Here is a clip Converse put together describing the global campaign: