A look back at the 10 year collaboration between Rodrigo Constanzo and I.
I made this video for the Live Coding workshop hosted by the Yorkshire Sound Women Network which took place on Dec. 5, 2015. Thanks to Joanne Armitage (who is quite the electronic music badass; I’ve linked here to her soundcloud), Shelly Knotts, and Liz Dobson who organized the whole thing! Also thanks to Susie Green for the sound design on the video.
I live with this beautiful human, Rodrigo Constanzo. Here are some videos I’ve made with him. I’ll update this post as and when a new video is made, but only the FOUR most recent will appear. Please click the ‘continue reading‘ link below to see the complete post.
December 9, 2015 – hosted by BaconJam. Rod’s post on our “light vomit”
February 7, 2015 – Everything. Everything at Once. Once. (3).
This video is one of a set of 4 videos total, for the third iteration in the Everything. Everything at Once. Once. series. That’s too many numbers and references to numbers to make sense, isn’t it? I mean this…
Everything. Everything at once. Once. (has 3 videos)
Everything. Everything at once. Once. (2) (has 4 videos)
Everything. Everything at once. Once. (3) (has 4 videos, which includes the one shown below). My role in this vid differs from others since the camera is static. Have a look at the thoughtful and thorough blog post Rod made about our process and thinking behind this work.
October 28, 2014 – The full length version of iminlovewithanothergirl.com.
And here’s Rod’s blog post about it.
Speculations in Sound, a symposium that took place on Nov. 30, 2015 (5 videos):
2. Introductory Presentations
3. Group 1: Born, Cassidy, Clarke, Edwards
4. Group 2: Harker, Harrison, Ingold, Mercer, Sergeant
5. Group 3: Bellamy, Brodsky, Donin, Lim, MacDonald, Thomas
Here’s the trailer:
A Robotic Piano Workshop video that took place Oct. 19-25, 2015
Some MMA fighters drawn with a mouse
This is specifically for Leo Svirsky…
I hope this is a thing you can cross this off that list they gave you.
CLOSE-UP of an area
The red ink used was Hydrus 4H deep red rose
The black ink used was Rotring drawing ink encre Chine
The red enamel was Humbrol red gloss 19
A look at dfscore 2.0. Yup! It’s been REVAMPED. Read Rod’s blog about it. Nov. 14, 2015
dfscore student workshop at the University of Leeds on Feb 28, 2015
The dfscore premiere at The Noise Upstairs on Sept. 18, 2014
The dfscore: a short intro