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Dyad

DYAD

DYAD: Sonic Visual Improvisations, is the collaboration between Johnny DeKam and Jasch. We toured throughout Europe & North America between 2001 and 2003. Both artists wrote their own custom software in Max/MSP, each designed to exchange control parameters over a local network, creating a kind of iterative feedback loop (sound controlling video controlling sound etc). The visual performance always included a small set of objects/props shot with two cameras and hand controlled LED lighting. A microphone was trained on the ‘puppet set’ which would be used as a source for audio sampling and manipulation.

Johnny’s DVD project with Jasch “DYAD” has now been included in the permanent collection at laCaixa Mediateca in Barcelona, Spain

  A microphone was trained on the ‘puppet set’ which would be used as a source for audio sampling and manipulation.  Often painterly, considered by many to be ambient performance, also called the AV equivalent of Microsound. 

A microphone was trained on the ‘puppet set’ which would be used as a source for audio sampling and manipulation.  Often painterly, considered by many to be ambient performance, also called the AV equivalent of Microsound.