Singing Sand 2.0 is a 3D stereoscopic audiovisual work in 8K resolution that was developed especially for Deep Space 8K in the course of Immersify. Singing Sand was inspired by the sonic potential of abstract 3-D computer graphics. It explores how various particle fluctuations, tensions or shape morphing sound, the internal rhythms they create and how that in turn affects our perception of the visuals.
In addition, media art projects that were developed in the context of cooperative aesthetics in cooperation with the major programme “Timebased and interactive media” are shown. In conjunction with “AEC Deep Space”, a course during the 2014-15 academic year, undergrads from the University of Arts Linz worked together with experts on the Ars Electronica Futurelab’s staff to programme interactive works designed specifically for Deep Space.
Audiovisual Composition / Sound and Image: Tadej Droljc
Alex Harker, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, Roland Haring and the rest of Ars Electronica Futurelab, CeReNeM, Ministry of Culture Slovenia, FluCoMa