Claudia and Paul 5:05, 5:06, 5:07, 5:08 pm : Henry Gwiazda
This work is about the choreography of reality. It's about the way everything moves and is interconnected to create beauty. It shows that each motion, whether it is made by human, animal, object, light or sound is connected and extended by other motions to compose a phrase, a sentence of great artistic interest. Each movement by itself is meaningless, boring, cliched. But seen as one component of a larger artistic phenomenon, it becomes important, meaningful.
The numbers that appear on the screen indicate where a motion will occur. This device is used so that viewers can better follow the sequence and order of events in a complex scene.
Duration: 1 min
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Henry Gwiazda is a composer/new media artist. Since 1986, he has worked with sampling and sound effects to create a unique musical language that is derived from the interior musical characteristics of noise itself. In 1992 he turned his attention to virtual audio and created two works for immersive technologies. In 1995, he extended his interest of sampling natural sounds to include a sampling of all phenomenon that has movement: a comprehensive artistic approach that has resulted in work that is multimedia in nature. These new works make use of new media to create a virtual realism that is focussed on movement.