Looking Outwards 12 – Min Lee

I am interested in creating an visual representation with audio, much like how Ren Yuan does in her project Sorting. Using Processing, she sorted copious amounts of data and created visual and audio aids to pair with the data actual data being sorted. In Studio Antimateria’s Shape in Scapes, a similar use of data visualization is at work, with students’ architectural projects at three different locations are being abstractly demonstrated. Although I believe that the visual and audio representations were added as aids for the user’s fascination in watching the project, I believe they play just as important roles in making the user interested in otherwise a very confusing experience. For my project, I also wanted to create some visual and audio accompaniment to some third factor.


Sorting – Visualisation, sortification and sonification of an algorithm

Shape in Scapes – Transporting architecture into audio-video performance

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