OPUS


Interactive multimedia artifact,
a sculpture of parametric design
with a sensor that reacts to the movement around it.




The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but rather the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity.

Glenn Gould

LEN EXPO
St Petersburg
Conference Lighting Design, ITMO
St Peterburg
Conference Lighting Design, ITMO
St Petersburg
Conference Lighting Design, ITMO
St Petersburg
TESSART
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Hall of Pelicans
St Petersburg
Manege
St Petersburg
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SONIC SCULPTURE: OPUS

Vertical LED sculpture of two meters high, made of acrylic material with motion sensors, LED light and sound system.

The sensor system analyzes space within the artifact, these data are organized according to the Pythagorean principles and generate harmonic oscillations.
Depending on the activity of the spectators, the sculpture reproduces a unique sonic scale and pulsating radiance.

In other words: viewers of the exposition and their activity near the artifact control the audio-visual space of the sculpture, plunging into the process of interaction with the object and creating a collective and whole musical composition.

OPUS was one of the first works in collaboration with the architect Vladimir Antoshchenko, and was first presented at the Manege of St. Petersburg in the context of the SONICOLOGY event, dedicated to sound ecology.



Expositions
April, 2017
TESSART
TESSART, St Petersburg
"Tessart" is a project created at the intersection of art and digital technologies: interactive exhibitions, installations, dome laser theater, virtual reality zone, sound sculpture WAVE.

Within the first two months of the opening, visitors will be able to touch the real light wave in the form of sound sculptures.

https://vk.com/tessart.place
October, 2016
INWETEX
LENEXPO, St Petersburg
Sonic Sculpture WAVE on INWETEX-CIS TRAVEL MARKET 2016 - the largest international tourist exhibition in the North-West of Russia, the 5 largest directions of the industry.

Participation in the exhibition promotes expansion and strengthening of active business and cultural relations with representatives of the enterprises of the tourist industry of St. Petersburg, North-West and other regions of Russia, CIS countries and far abroad.

The mobile dome of the planetarium with interactive light sculptures and installations for the Tourism Development Committee of St. Petersburg within the framework of the international tourist exhibition INWETEX.

http://www.sonicartist.me/wp/inwetex/
October, 2016
Mystery m_division
Hall of Pelicans, St Petersburg

Sound sculpture WAVE on the Mystery under the light of the laser theater Lux Aeterna Theater.

The secret Petersburg traditions of the past centuries were reflected in the forms of a modern large-scale masquerade ball in the palace interiors of the 18th century.

The Pelikanov Hall, historically designed for balls: high ceilings, columns, bas-reliefs of pelicans, in honor of which he was named.

The building on Kazanskaya Street, house 7 was built in the era of neo-Renaissance by architect Giacomo Quarenghi, whose projects have built a good part of St. Petersburg's sights.

Once upon a time there were His Imperial Majesty's Own Chancery for the Empress Maria, the Ministry of State Charity and the Guardianship Building of the Educational House.

http://www.sonicartist.me/wp/mystery/

October, 2016
SONICOLOGY
Manege, St Petersburg
The debut of the sound sculpture OPUS in the Manege of St. Petersburg at the exhibition, dedicated to the relationship of sound in space.

"The sound is transcendental by default, it does not have an exact place, like, for example, a body, or another material object." The sound extends beyond the body or any other source. "Man regulates the sound with music that is available for repetition, reproduction, sound objects, they can belong to someone, when the recognized boundaries of the object are understood Expressed, say, in notes, but the sound itself does not belong to anyone. In principle, the noise of the machine can be attributed to the machine, but the sound from the speakers - it does not belong um columns? Not owned computer.

A voice can belong to a person, but, by and large, it belongs, rather, speech, but a shout, out-of-speech singing, some throaty singing - is it, without a visible source, whose? And what about real-time singing?

If the sound is transcendental, a non-everyday sound, filling the space, creates a space of transcendence. "

http://www.manege.spb.ru/events/ambient-i-literatu...

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