Two sets of Solar cells drive motors mounted at the rear, diagonally opposite. Light from the sun powers the motors. Light falling on one more than the other turns the fish to face the light source. The fish will forever seek the sun…
Bio uses a BBC Master computer to read Psychogalvanometer to switch audio and images. Different emotional states trigger images and audio to change the users emotional state…
Networking with Roy Ascott and Robert Pepperell.
Sending images through Euclid at UCL to various collaborators throughout the world.
A digital wind vane dynamically changes the captured image.
Falling Angles triggered by rotating cam switch. Persistence of vision over a short distance.
Audio triggered by ORP 12 light resistors activated by rotating halogen lights.
ID consisted of:
Audio piece for the homophobic church on Northampton High St. Processed sounds from shortwave radio reception of the World Service St Martin in the Fields bells.
Everyday the church would play recording s of church bells through their grotesque bell tower of megaphones. The piece, now lost, was broadcast once after some rather negative reception.
Installation some time in 1984 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Inspired by the rewriting, relocation and transplantation of the ‘Cloisters’, St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church, from Sacramenia in Segovia, Spain to New York.
Slices of time. Storyboard for a temporal animation.
Piston drums driven by tree movement.
Several aeolian harps are thrown from a plane…