Boogie Stomp Pink - Stuart Pond
Boogie Stomp Pink I saw this gem of a work at the Sound / Image 2019 Symposium at University of Greenwich, London in November 2019 and loved it.  It was presented in the installation and in a screening.  It is the work of Independent artist Stuart Pound who lives in London and has worked in film, digital video, sound and the visual arts since the early 1970’s. Stuart's film work is quite incredible and can be seen on his vimeo channel.  He collaborates with the poet Rosemary Norman. "This boogie dance performed by William & Maeva was downloaded from the internet. Vertical sections taken from each frame are arranged into 24 panels to show pattern and movement across every second of it. First shown at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in Sep…

Stages by Paul Klooren
Stages by Paul Klooren I saw this recently at the Sound Image 2019 Symposium held at the University of Greenwich.  I really enjoyed the mixture of natural images and animated drawn visual elements and the use of stillness and motion. It felt like a very dramatic work.  All the sounds originate from a guitar. Klooren is currently studying audiovisual composition in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and works mainly with filmed footage and animation. Stages View more works by Paul at his youtube channel

In Situ - site inspired audiovisual performances
About In Situ EnsembIe "The In Situ Ensemble is comprised of three performer-composers: Michael Janz on synthesizers, Ian Stahl on guitar, vocals, and electronics, and Anthony Storniolo on percussion and live video synthesis. They create site-inspired audiovisual performances by blending electroacoustic free improvisations with audio and video recordings gathered from the surroundings of where the performance will take place. Their work uses documentation as a catalyst for improvisation; field recordings and video recordings become source materials that are then translated and manipulated, recontextualizing our preconceived notions of the sonic and visual objects. Musically, the trio draws upon a diverse soundscape that ranges from quiet minimalism to co…