3D Performance @ Berlin DE
March 30th, 2018
Part of an ongoing series of works exploring perceptual manipulation through different types of glasses or masks, “Between Roses and Violets” is a live audiovisual work using traditional 3D anaglyph glasses. Considered red and blue, but actually red and cyan (equal parts blue and green), anaglyph glasses work by allowing only red light to pass through one eye, and only all other colored light (blue and green) to pass through to the other – creating possibilities for two completely separate images to enter each eye. Traditionally, this is used to simulate 3D imagery, but in “Between Roses and Violets” this is used to create shifts in perception of complex textures, strobing color blocks, and pulsating lines that move in synchronicity with dense, almost white noise sound.