Sound object. 3 public announcement speakers attached to ceiling. Chorus continuously reinterprets and sings through the structure of a specific text.
Using the phonetic structure of that text as a template, the computer assigns a random consonant to each consonant position, and a random vowel to each vowel position. Spaces between words and at the end of sentences are preserved.
Assigning each of the three speakers a separate channel and a separate note – F, C# and G – the computer then sings it’s new construction of consonants and vowels. After which it then loops back to generate another interpretation through the same template. The process is continuous and endless.
My thanks to the soprano, Lucetta Johnson.
- 08.08: Slow Art, SIGGRAPH, Los Angeles, USA.