- Thu 19.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Fri 20.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Sat 21.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Sun 22.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
‘Three Keys’ is an audiovisual work that combines improvised piano into a seamlessly looping animation. The audio is composed of 3 different lengthed tracks that play on repeat, gradually going in and out of phase over the full duration of the piece. Each track has been transcribed as a 3 dimensional shape and animated based on its score, the resulting conglomeration showing the sounds as they interact over time.
The work was originally commissioned by the University of Missouri in Kansas City, USA as part of their Sonance II exhibition. An adapted version of the work is now available through art.com, shipping out as preinstalled work on their Klio domestic video art screens.
Duration: 33:00 min
Sam Mattacott (UK)
Sam Mattacott is a new media artist living and working in London, United Kingdom. His work looks at the tools for digital creation and finds conditions where they stop behaving as they are told, ultimately hoping to find the moments when they turn back and assert their own preference. Surprise, chance and
disobedience are key in this exploration.
His exotic forms and alien movements are yielded from pulling at the edges of what digital tools have
been designed to produce. Sam’s work has been exhibited by a number of webbased
arts institutions as well as traditional brick and mortar galleries. His work is available as print and film by commission direct from the artist.