Uncertainty Drive by Voldemārs Johansons
From 6 July to 22 September 2019, RIXC Art and Science Festival will feature the UN/GREEN international contemporary media art exhibition which will take place in the Great Hall of the main building of the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga.
The RIXC Art and Science Festival 2019 aims at complicating the pervasively employed notion of ‘green’ by providing a cross-disciplinary platform for the discussions and artistic interventions exploring one of the most paradoxical and broadest topics of our times. Green will be analyzed as a color, biological phenomenon, medium, symbol of certain lifestyle, semantic construction, and ideology.
Exhibition features the sound installation Uncertainty Drive by Voldemārs Johansons.
Uncertainty Drive is a sonic environment, presented at the exhibition. At the heart of it's real-time composition lies a natural source of constrained randomness that is presented via a computational process to render results as a sound composition. This artwork illustrates the emission of ionised particles by means of sonification. The fluctuating element of randomness within this construction is delta time interval between two consecutive impulses which cannot be precisely predicted. The detected impulses serve as input data to a complex network of signal functions that form an analog computer designed to render results as an audible representation of emissions.
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