Ashtanga - Sound graphic intermediation: musical composition for cello and interactive visual
Ashtanga is a musical composition for cello and interactive visual media aiming to achieve a state of expanded consciousness. It is a work where the artist makes use of the multiple correlations of musical language, and through two interfaces allows listeners to enjoy a mirror-like dialogue within an interactive world, while, at the same time, access to the systems that make it possible. The result is a collection of timbres and textures which, when superimposed, offer a world of possibilities of orchestration. The visuals projected just above the interpreter provide a synthesis of unity and multiplicity, is a narrative endowed with dynamic growth designed to obey organically to sound, taking care of not overwhelming the audience, avoiding chaotic reproduction. In synthesis, a world is staged through a connected set of objects and individuals, a habitable environment, a reasonably intelligible totality to all outside observers and a field of activity for the interpreter.
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