Abstract


KikiT VisuoSonic Performance

Russell Richards, Maurice Owen

KikiT VisuoSonic Performance involves the live interaction and generation of sonics and visuals in a performance space. KikiT challenges the notion of interface by fusing sonics anbd visuals together through a positive feedback loop. The group are concerned with interrogating the relationships between liveness, play, interactivity and the inter-play between sonics and visuals in real-time. 'Synaesthesia', 'visual music', 'painting music' and 'chromatic music' investigations together with new theories regarding 'interactivity' provide conceptual tools for the development a theory of digital live performance - the synthesis of sonics and visuals.

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