As a visual artist, I often work with musicians and dancers on live performances using custom written software. I use programming to create dynamic images that respond to live music and gestures.
I use motion-sensing input devices like Kinect to retrieve depth maps and point clouds I animate using multi-agent systems and force fields.
I’m interested in the movements that can be captured using processes as motion-capture and technologies as infrared cameras. In my work, movement is an expression of a state of mind. I define it and give it to digital entities in order to create complex dynamics that are built on their interactions. These interactions are able to give life to a whole picture that appears breathing on its own while interacting with performers.