Author: Paul Prudence
The Mylar Topology is an audio-visual performance work intended for panoramic projection (3 screen span) and spatial sound. The piece synchronizes binaural drones with generative video simulations of liquid forms (abstracted and distorted)
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The works’ liquefied polychromatic psychedelia are minimal subjective interpretations of the reflective properties of Mylar sheets. After I saw Ira Cohen’s lysergic film ‘Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda’ I learned he filmed it by pointing his camera at reflections of distorted Mylar sheets to create visual effects. The Mylar Topology is both a reflection and distortion of a (non visible) luminosity point that exists beyond/outside the screen.
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