Oscillations

SingingBowls - Oscillations from Garth Paine on Vimeo.

Oscillations” features a new work by internationally renowned artist and ASU faculty member Garth Paine. Six Tibetan singing bowl robots, each carrying two singing bowls produce pure sustained tones and striking single notes, filling the room with an omnipresent series of harmonics. In contrast, oscillating cymbals produce an earthy, gritty and urgent intervention, marking out the sound field in a dynamic manner.

Endangered Sounds

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Endangered Sounds - An exploration of Patented and Trademarked Sounds. Endagered Sound was launched at BEAP04

Volunteers
are continually being sought to collect sound samples for exhibition in this project

Gestation

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Gestation - an interactive sound an animation environment. Gestation was shown at the 10th New York Digital Salon, April - May 2003, DesignX: Critical Reflections, and at NIME02

Reeds

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Reeds - an Interactive Sound Installation - The gallery version, PlantA is shown at NIME03, Montréal, May 2003 and at ICAD 2004, Sydney Opera House

MAP 2

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MAP2 exhibited at the Musical Instrument Museum, Berlin - Dec1999 to Jan 2000

MAP 1

flexibleMAP1 is an immersive interactive sound environment Installation, first shown at Span Galleries, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, May 5 - 23, 1998, Supported by the Next Wave Festival

Ghost in the Machine

flexible Ghost in The Machine is an immersive interactive Audio/Visual environment Installation, first shown at Linden Gallery, St. Kilda. Melbourne, Australia, February 1997

Moments of a Quiet Mind

Moments of a Quiet Mind is an immersive interactive Audio/Visual environment Installation, first shown at Linden Gallery, St. Kilda. Melbourne, Australia,August 1996

A review of MQM was published in MESH #10

Motivations

Some thoughts on my motivation and research behind some of these works

Some other Videos

Some other research examples on VIMEO

Museum Interactive Design Guidlines

Here is a presentation on interaction design in museums that I gave to the Museum of Victoria in October, 1997