Technoshamanic Visions from the Underworld II is an audio-visual art installation by Jon Weinel. The artwork consists of a video projection in which various analogue and digital animations are created as a compliment to music. While parts of the animations are created with traditional techniques such as painting, other materials are also designed by creating pixel-art and by programming generative computer animations. These are ultimately combined with psychedelic music to form composites, which are mixed live with audio-reactive effects, using the VJ software VDMX. Aesthetically the work draws upon the artist’s extensive practice-based research regarding altered states of consciousness.--The paper describes an audio-visual arts installation/VJ mix with accompanying paintings, which was presented at the Carbon Meets Silicon II exhibition, Glyndwr University, Wrexham. Carbon Meets Silicon II was an art exhibition and academic symposium which was part of the 2017 Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA) conference. The audio-visual work was also presented at Breaking Convention 2017, University of Greenwich.
|Title of host publication||2017 Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference|
|Editors||Stuart Cunningham, Rich Picking, Nigel Houlden, Denise Oram, Vic Grout, Julie Mayers|
|Place of Publication||United States|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Event||2017 Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA) - Wrexham, United Kingdom|
Duration: 12 Sep 2017 → 15 Sep 2017
Conference number: 7
|Conference||2017 Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA)|
|Period||12/09/17 → 15/09/17|
Bibliographical noteThis paper discusses a digital output which was presented as an arts installation at Breaking Convention (University of Greenwich, 2017), and also at Carbon Meets Silicon 2 (Wrexham Glyndwr University, 2017).
- Visual Music
- Sound design
- Computer Graphics
- Audio-visual arts
- Digital arts
- Computer Arts
Weinel, J. (2017). Technoshamanic Visions from the Underworld II. In S. Cunningham, R. Picking, N. Houlden, D. Oram, V. Grout, & J. Mayers (Eds.), 2017 Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference (pp. 345-346). United States: IEEE.