Friday 21 December @ 37PK | 20:00
With the the media art collection of LIMA as point of departure, Mark IJzerman made the audiovisual performance Cantus Viscous. An emergent video synthesizer is fed with artworks from LIMA, while sounds from the collection are performed using tape-loops. The video synthesizer listens to the incoming sound and reacts according to the brightness, noisiness, and other characteristics of the sound. Through this process, excerpts from iconic artworks sometimes become recognizable, making the audiovisual experience walk the line between abstract and figurative.
Mark IJzerman (1988) is a Dutch media artist, designer, researcher and lecturer. His works explore human perception and the interconnectedness of the senses, often starting from sound. In his practice he often works with sound, creative coding and electronics. IJzerman is a lecturer and researcher at the Music & Technology faculty of the University of the Arts Utrecht where he teaches courses on creative coding, media art, installations, and perception. He is also a part of new media collective Zesbaans and sound art collective Soundlings and writes and runs sound art blog Everyday Listening.