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Polymorphism in audio-visual composition - Interviews with Paul Jebanasam

posted on 20.03.2021, 15:07 by Paul Jebanasam
Polymorphism in audio-visual composition defines a novel approach to materiality in audio-visual composition that fuses processes across sound and image mediums to develop a language based on hyperreal forms. Through the focussing of spectral sound processing, light and fluid simulation techniques towards a hyperreal materiality, novel depictions of physical phenomena as mythic forms were produced. The materiality is the substrate of the works’ central mythological structures and presents a new development in the representational capacities of the audio-visual artform.

This item contains five interviews with Paul Jebanasam in which he explains his work on Continuum, which are contextualising information for this collection.

Please see links below for open versions of the interviews, accessible elsewhere online.

Belanciano, V. (2017). Paul Jebanasam e uma experiência audiovisual que nos agarra à vida. Ípsilon, 20 December [online]. Available at: (Accessed: 18 December 2020).

Cornils, K. (2016). Paul Jebanasam & Tarik Barri: Transforming energies. Groove. Available at: (Accessed: 18 December 2020).

FACT Magazine (2016). The overwhelming A/V experience of Paul Jebanasam and Tarik Barri: MUTEK 2016. Available at: (Accessed: 18 December 2020).

Jebanasam, P. (2016). How JET inspires the sound of the universe. Fusion in Europe, 2, pp.20-21 [online]. Available at: Fusion in Europe/EUROfusion Fusion in Europe 2016 Jun.pdf (Accessed: 18 December 2020).

Kali, J. (2016). Origin Myths: Paul Jebanasam. Stray Landings. Available at: (Accessed: 18 December 2020).

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