Tools: Houdini, C4D, Maya
Languages: Python, Vex, Mel
Genre: Abstract, Procedural Animation, Visual Music
Possible techniques: Data Visualization, AI, Deep Learning
Classical Music Options:
Symphony No.25 in G Minor
Symphony No.40 in G Minor
The Queen of the Night's Aria
Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C Minor
Orchestral Suite No.2 in B Minor
Zadok the Priest
"Music is the ultimate teacher"
An authentic artist creating art from "an internal necessity" inhabits the tip of an upward-moving pyramid.
What was odd or inconceivable yesterday is commonplace today; what is avant-garde today is common knowledge tomorrow.
The modern artists-prophet stands alone at the apex of the pyramid, making new discoveries and ushering in tomorrow's reality.
Point and Line to Plane
Circle is the most peaceful shape and represents the human soul.
Basic plane: Where the artist draws or paints
A small bit of color put by the artist on the canvas. Neither a geometric point nor a mathematical abstraction; it is extension, form and color
The point is the most concise form but, according to its placement on the basic plane, it will take a different tonality
A line is the product of a force which has been applied in a given direction: the force exerted on the pencil or paintbrush by the artist
Straight line, a curve, an angular line
The subjective effect produced by a line depends on its orientation:
Horizontal: Possesses a dark and cold affective tonality similar to black and blue
Vertical: Corresponds with height, and offers no support; it possesses a luminous, warm tonality close to white and yellow
Diagonal: Possesses a more-or-less warm (or cold) tonality, according to its inclination toward the horizontal or the vertical
Visualization of Synesthesia
Individual letters of the alphabet and numbers are "shaded" or "tinged" with a color
Association of sounds with colors; The colors triggered by certain sounds, and any of the synesthetic visual experiences, are referred to as photisms; "Something like fireworks"
Spatial sequence synesthesia (SSS)
Tendency to see numerical sequences as points in space. ex. Number 1 might be further away than number
Also see months and dates
Some people see time like a clock above and around them
A mental map of numbers that automatically and involuntarily appears whenever who experiences number from synesthesia thinks of numbers.
1881 Francis Galton "The Visions of Sane Persons"
Certain sounds can induce sensations in parts of the body
One of the least common forms of synesthesia
Ordinal linguistic personification
Ordered sequences, such as ordinal numbers, week-day names, months and alphabetical letters are associated with personalities or genders
AKA "sequence-personality synesthesia"