Crash Paper Music for Robots

Crash Paper Music for Robots

Audio/Visual Performance

Crash Paper Music for Robots was a collaborative performance project between Svenja Kratz, Mariam Arcilla and Christina Smart that involved the production of short songs reminiscent of 80s computer game music coupled with video and stop frame animation sequences. Crash Paper Music for Robots was performed live as part of Bowerbird at The Substation, Brisbane, in 2007.



PROJECT DETAILS

Audio/VisualPerformance

Crash Paper Music for Robots was a ‘tongue-in-cheek’ audio-visual project combining five keyboards with live triggered loops. The sound component was accompanied by short narrative animated sequences created from home videos and stop-frame animation.
COMPLETED: 2004
CLASSIFICATION: Audio-Visual Performance


 
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