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    Schism is an audio-visual live performance designed to investigate the rhythmic patterns and the perceptive effects generated by changes in the o… Read More
    Schism is an audio-visual live performance designed to investigate the rhythmic patterns and the perceptive effects generated by changes in the oscillation frequency of two specular graphical elements which are tightly correlated with spatialised stereo sound. Schism is wholly performed in real-time and develops a unique narrative flow of variations in frequency and ensuing visual resonances, evolving sound and colour patterns as well as changes in intensity, taking the spectator on an intimate and hypnotic journey. Schism may be projected on a flat screen or onto the intersection of two orthogonal surfaces. Read Less
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ITA
Schism è una live performance audiovisiva che esplora i pattern ritmici e gli effetti percettivi generati dalla variazione delle frequenze di oscillazione di due elementi grafici speculari, strettamente correlati a un suono stereo spazializzato.
Schism è interamente eseguita in tempo reale e si evolve in unico flusso narrativo che, attraverso la variazione delle frequenze e dei battimenti che ne derivano, le evoluzioni cromatiche e timbriche, i cambi di intensità, conduce lo spettatore in un’esperienza intima e ipnotica.
La performance può essere proiettata su schermo piatto o mappata su due superfici angolari.

ENG
Schism is an audio-visual live performance designed to investigate the rhythmic patterns and the perceptive effects generated by changes in the oscillation frequency of two specular graphical elements which are tightly correlated with spatialised stereo sound. 
Schism is wholly performed in real-time and develops a unique narrative flow of variations in frequency and ensuing visual resonances, evolving sound and colour patterns as well as changes in intensity, taking the spectator on an intimate and hypnotic journey.
Schism may be projected on a flat screen or onto the intersection of two orthogonal surfaces. 

Visual:
Silvio Mancini (harto)

Sound:
Silvio Mancini (harto), Massimiliano Gusmini (mud)

Concept & Production:
otolab, 2016

Total time:
around 20”