Creative Code

This work sampling was from an installation called Phosphonescence that was shown as part of a class exhibition during ICAT Day at the Moss Art Centre.
 
Phosphenesence is an interactive installation involving the manipulation of ones visual perception.  Using designated sliders and knobs on a midi controller, the user can bend light and colour to create unique visualizations that are virtually impossible to recreate a second time. The name is derived from mechanical phosphene, the imagery that appears behind closed eyes when rubbed. It is a portmanteau of phosphene and evanescence (to disappear), as the imagery is as fleeting as phosphenes themselves.  This vast multitude of still captures aim to demonstrate the full visual capability of the patch.
 
This project was made in MaxMSP and is controlled with an APC 40 midi controller.