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Polymorphism in audio-visual composition - Research Timeline & Research Questions

posted on 20.03.2021, 15:06 authored by Paul JebanasamPaul 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 the Research Timeline & Research Questions for this project.