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Chance: Generative Art Installation at Tweed
"Chance" is a synergetic installation driven by code that combines image and sound to create across-sensory, polyphonic experience
Join us at the Tweed Museum of Art, Thursday, October 19, 6 to 8 pm, for the opening reception of the installation "Chance" by Kathy McTavish. The event is free and open to the public.
"Chance" is a synergetic installation driven by code that combines image and sound to create across-sensory, polyphonic experience. As viewers journey through a landscape of painted walls, they will be immersed in an environment choreographed by code, where a circle of machine quartets engages the ear while each viewer experiences the chance concurrences of digitally generated visual patterns and sounds that shift one’s sense of space. "Chance" will be on view until October 2018.
About the Artist:
Kathy McTavish is a composer and digital media artist, with a background in cello performance, mathematics, ecology, music theory and code. Her work uses generative methods - data, text, code, sound and abstract, layered moving images - to build interactive, multi-channel video and sound environments that that flow from the web to the room.