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algorithmic & computer arts
Warp Hole Sounds
Zürich – Mexico City, February 2015
“Warp Hole Sounds” is an algorithmic exploration and an audio visual experience of the non-trivial phenomena which in theory is possible inside these unseen and unexperienced corners of our universe. It pursuits a better and more embodied understanding of the behaviour of the physics inside or close to these bizarre spaces.
Through computer algorithms, I simulate strong gravitational fields which evolve in time by being nourished by particles (light, matter, energy). The illusive infinite freedom from algorithms allow to simulate and to tweak several conditions from these theoretical places, provoking behaviours that some times cannot be computed or previously estimated. A series of sonic and visual experiences arise from the never ending evolution of these wormholes.
Mathematical models from strong gravitational fields such as those describing black holes, worm holes and warp drive are used within this project in order to generate the algorithms which allow the computer simulations. From these simulations data such as the increasing mass of a black hole, the collisions between particles, or the moment of a particle crossing the event horizon, are collected and used in real time in order to generate or modulate sonic and visual representations.
The ultimate goal of the project is an audio visual installation / performance which will use elements from live coding in order to manipulate the generated data in real time.