Sonochrome I

Sonochrome I (2019) A “video music” art work first screened at the “Seensound” event in October at the Loop Project Space in Melbourne. This piece continues my work using music to activate moving imagery using the visual programming language Max/MSP/Jitter to create the images and sound, which then interact with each other.

Sonochrome I Excerpt from David Hirst on Vimeo.

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