Check out these amazing audio visual performances with live musicians. The music in this performance I think is really beautiful. Great work. TIME PAINTING by AKITOSENGOKU Collaborate with Hugues Vincent, Frantz Loriot & ryotaro at "Velvet Moon vol.38" -music, dance & Performance night!- October 19, 2011 UrBANGUILD, Kyoto, Japan Hugues Vincent, Frantz Loriot, ryotaro & AKITO SENGOKU Live at "Velvet Moon vol.38" UrBANGUILD, Kyoto from AKITO SENGOKU on Vimeo .

Electoluminescence by Sharon Phelan
Electroluminesence an audiovisual composition composed by Sharon Phelan in 2009 is a very hypnotic and beautiful audio visual piece with a very stylised colour scheme and motion palette.  Sharon composed the music to the visuals, a kind of deep seeing and hearing.  I saw this again yesterday evening in the ATRL lab, Trinity College, Dublin and it was quite stunning aurally and visually in such a great setting, with high quality projection and audio. Electroluminescence from Sharon Phelan on Vimeo . "Audiovisual composition consisting of video feedback. The music and visuals were informed by each other in an exploration of emergent forms. Slight changes to certain parameters lead to complex results."

20 Hz - Semiconductor Video
This piece is quite incredible in the patterns and sense of depth and dimension.  It is really beautiful.  Semiconductors film 200 Nanowebbers was really brilliant too, but this new work form 2011, is equally as good.  Great work semiconductor 20 Hz - A Semiconductor work by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. '0 5.00 minutes / HD / 201 1 HD single channel and HD 3D single channel . A Semiconductor work by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. Audio Data courtesy of CARISMA, operated by the University of Alberta, funded by the Canadian Space Agency.' "20 Hz observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Working with data collected from the CARISMA radio array and interpreted as audio, we hear tweeting and rumbles caused by in…

Tony Brooks Towards New Multisensory Spaces and Environments
Four Senses Concert, 2002 This important concert that took place in 2002 in the Dorothy Winstone Theatre, Auckland, New Zealand.  The four senses concert were a collaboration between Raewyn Turner (NZ) and Tony Brooks (UK). website:  link "The ‘Four Senses’ 1999, 2002 concerts were to engage and reframe perception of music and to play with subjective experiences and simulated synesthesia. Each sensory element was constructed from information relating to the other elements. The associations and correspondences of the elements made by the audience was according to their own individual and personal experiences. The investigations include perception, misinterpretation, fictional translations and the sensory worlds of the blind/deaf: of hearing, of b…