Software Developement: conception of a software designed to create dynamic images that respond to live music and movements of performers. The current version of the software can be controlled with a mixer and uses as main sensors a microphone and a Kinect. More Info
Media Art Histories & Data Visualization: creation of an interactive application that will retrace the history of the Bourges International Competitions organized from 1973 to 2009 by the IMEB via the study of the archives located at the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
If you are looking for a visual artist to work with on audiovisual performances feel free to contact me at contact (at) webodrome.fr.
I'm open about process, work with current if not emerging digital technologies and love sharing skills.
Florent Di Bartolo is an artist and a researcher based in Paris.
His work includes audiovisual performances, installations and interactive data visualizations.
His research and artistic practice revolve around the notion of "data poetics" in the context of ubiquitous computing and explore alternative ways of representing and accessing digital data using sensors and custom written softwares.