Karam, David; and Gigi Obrecht
Years ago when we started collaborating on projects, we noticed that the most enjoyable part of our work was the creative process, far more than the finished product. This realization, reinforced over and over again through our working relationship, inspired us with the desire to make artworks that would share with the public the experience of creating the play rather than simply an object for contemplation or for specified, predictable manipulation. We began to incorporate user-play aspects into our work, and they soon became a standard element.
(2006-12-18)Our proposal is to create an essentially invisible installation that generates music from movement. We propose an installation that will transform body motions into music, while remaining essentially invisible. We will ...
(2007-01-04)We propose to study the nature of the computer controlled real-time interactive audio visual presentation system. We want to create a multipurpose toolkit and interface for this medium by developing a symbolic graphic ...