Nama is both a tangible fabric interface and an audio-visual installation. Back in 2012, Luiz Zanotello appeared on the SuperCollider mailing list asking for help making audio for his installation. He created a fabric that sent real-time data about movement and folding. Essentially, it was an interactive installation where spectators could interact with the fabric, and the visuals and audio would react in real-time. I wrote the code that generated the audio/music. The installation traveled around the world. For more details, please refer to Luiz’s site.

portfolio installation SuperCollider 2012

24h Solaris An audiovisual installation that transforms the pixels of Tarkovsky's Solaris into music.
Off the Air A film about a former pilot seeking solace in aviation radio after his wife's death.