Sound Circuits 2021, Lisbon (PT)
The Antisocial Distancing Ensemble was set out to confront the current attitudes towards the COVID-19 pandemic and positional sensibility with the other. The public intervention is designed to challenge the conventional dualisms between physical distancing and social connectedness, mediating collective interaction with mobile sound biofeedback.
Artistic Residency and Performance, STL, Tallinn (EE)
Moving Digits: Augmented Dance for Engaged Audience aims to enhance audience understanding and engagement in contemporary dance performances, and to allow to experience dance in an augmented way (even after the performance). The project also aims to empower dancers, choreographers and technicians with further tools for expression, archival and analysis.
Demonstration and Audio Description Project Blog
UNLOOP, de David Negrão & Sara Montalvão is an interdisciplinary and participatory project created in the context of of two artistic residencies in Alentejo - São Luís, Odemira and Montemor-o-Novo, in October and November 2021.
Collaboration with Vytautas Niedvaras AD/DA: Electronic Sound Installation & Performances
Collaboration with Rosie Gibbens
"Using sensors and microphones on my body and the table, an unsettling soundscape is created as I perform the gestures.
It builds in intensity at moments of increased movement. The stamp cues whispered phrases from Ivanka’s book.
These were chosen by me for their corporate jargon, aspirational nature or gendered associations"
Shown as part of the ‘Youth Board Presents’ at Toynbee Studios. April 2018. Photos by Greg Goodale.
Experimenting with the dispersive flies swarm algorithm to analyze real route data taken from the Strava API. This project explores the relationships between the natural characteristics of swarms and their behaviours within different landscapes
Hardware Hackathon at Google campus. A prototype for a smart watch which communicates with multiple vibration motors. Since the event, we went on to develop a prototype to pitch to potential supporters, entering ourselves into the Goldsmiths Innovation Awards.
First university group project. As a team of five we developed a musical instrument application based on the flocking algorithmpHloc() web app (Recommended use with touchscreen)
Using objects in a simple playground to represent different colour spaces, starting off with XYZ to RGB conversions showing pure green, yellow and cyan. I then wrote an XYZ to CIE LAB function, displaying a spectrum between red and purple. CIELAB colour spaces are capable of producing perceptually linear colour spaces in three dimensions, allowing for nicer gradients and colour schemes