Schrödinger's String

Research output: Non-traditional research outputExhibition

Abstract

Schrödinger’s String is a generative audiovisual piece exploring the sonification and visualisation of waves. The work is generated on the fly, whereby different wave shapes and patterns are generated and auralised, while imagery is constructed by plotting the relationship between the audio channels in 2D space. The same data is used to create the sound and the images. It varies from slowly, evolving harmonic relationships and lissajous curves, to abrasive noise − each with their corresponding visual equivalents. It is altered in unexpected ways by the very act of observation.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMacquarie University Art Gallery
Publication statusPublished - 21 Oct 2015
EventIn the Loop: Feeding the Polyphonic Present - Macquarie University Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 14 Oct 201527 Nov 2015
https://www.mq.edu.au/about/campus-services-and-facilities/museums-and-collections/macquarie-university-art-gallery/exhibitions/notable-past-exhibitions/2015

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    Mesker, A. (Author). (2015). Schrödinger's String. Exhibition, Macquarie University Art Gallery: .