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Byteblocks is an interactive sound installation that lets gallery visitors make bytebeat music by arranging and manipulating foam blocks on a tabletop. The work seeks to open up another way in which to appreciate and participate in elements of bytebeat and live-coding aesthetics removed from their roots in the command line, the computer keyboard, along with mathematical and algorithmic virtuosity. It removes the command line and the keyboard completely and introduces something more conversational and playful.


Currently, Researcher in the Department of New Things at CHOICE, the Australian Consumer Association. Graduate student at UTS Creativity and Cognition Studios. My work ranges from sculptural musical instruments and sound installations to computer-based interactive artworks. An interest in artificial life; technology and biology; virtual reality and augmented reality, places me with one foot in both artistic and scientific communitiesPresented and exhibited at international events such as the International Symposium on Electronic Art (Singapore, Sydney and Nagoya), SoundCulture (Sydney 1991, Tokyo 1993), Virtual Worlds (Paris 1998), and several times at Siggraph (New Orleans 2000, San Antonio 2002, San Diego 2003 and Los Angeles 2008, Singapore Siggraph Asia 2008). Most recently, I exhibited reconstructions of my early acoustic PVC pipe works, Vital Organ and Percy’s Laundry Organ as part of Cultural Collisions in the 2016 Melbourne Festival.
Keep going, on to infinity, folding and folding...
- Samatha Clark (2007) _The Subtle Ether_. after Helge von Koch (1904)
Rodney Berry (AUS)
ArtScience Museum [Level 4 Inspiration Gallery]
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