[CONCEPT] This installation invites visitors to select a song on an iPad and to watch its visualization on the walls of the space. Painted with black and white lines, the five walls become a canvas for the digital mapping. More than a simple visualization, motion capture enables the visitor to interact with the animation.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This installation, comprising comprises mechanical devices, software, prints, sculptures, is a modern interpretation of the work of Jules Lissajous. This French mathematician invented in 1857 a way to visualize sound only using a beam of light bounced off tuning forks and mirrors. The Harmonic Series recreate this experiment with modern tools.
[MUST-HAVE] Just like a regular kazoo, it contains a flute which acts as a breath synthesizer. You can also produce sounds by tapping on its touch sensitive surface or record your voice with the built-in microphone. If the "most versatile entertainment assistant ever" was primarily built to create music, it can actually achieve so much more.
[CONCEPT] Bring the party with you at all time with this conceptual backpack. The Boom-Pack features 100w speakers, a docking station for your smartphone, a rechargeable battery and even a pico projector for an intense VJing session.
[WATCH&LISTEN] What starts with seemingly normal vintage TV footage soon turns into a mind-blowing visual explosion. The characters start to multiply, moving on Bonobo's beat, and become part of a strange creature. It might make no sense at all, but you will get it once you watch the video.
[WATCH&LISTEN] "That Will Be The Day" is an audio/visual collaboration between Aldo Aréchar and Matthew Divito. The melancholic-yet-heroic music finds a perfect illustration in the cosmic journey imagined by Mr. Div.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] How would rockers from the past react to 2012 technology? Would they have an iPhone or be Instagram enthusiast? Butcher Billy gives us the answer with this series showing us Kurt Cobain, Johnny Cash or Freddie Mercury handling modern devices.
The Parisian edition of the Pitchfork festival is going to the next level. Joint interview with Chris Kaskie, president of Pitchfork and Julie Bathelier, in charge of the communication at Super, the agency which co-organizes the festival.
[WATCH&LISTEN] his title from Haisuinonasa first album "Animal Bodies" is indeed a subway. Each note is represented by a geometric shape. As the beat goes faster, the shapes collide to form the a subway, moving in sync with the music.
[ITW] Paris fashion week is coming up but before pluging head first into a new season, let's go back to the music of the previous one. In "The Sound Of The Season", Jaws studio compiled the best tracks from the shows' playlists. We met with Sarah Joe, one of the two creatve minds behind the project.
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[WATCH&LISTEN] Cunningham gives us a short recap of his life and work so far. How he started in the movie industry, switch to music and commercial videos and eventually going almost "underground" and focusing on his personal projects mixing music, video and robotics.