Sonar - Gravité, 2009
Falling objects synchronized to produce rhythm. 2009"
source vimeo page: http://www.vimeo.com/6111739
This is quite brilliant as it demonstrates that a visual music work does not neccesarily have to consist of abstract imagery and music - it can consist of real action footage. However, in a visual music work, the visual and music become like a connected entity - a visual music object. I discussed this idea in my latest paper on Visual music - a composition of the 'things themselves' at the Sounding Out 5 conference held at Bournemouth University, UK. I am beginning to see more works of audio and visual that make such interplays.