Showing posts from March, 2018


On March 15th, I drove to Pittsburgh for the 52nd annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. I had the great pleasure to collaborate with ceramists Andrew Casto and Evan D'Orazio , as well as Engineering Professor Stephen Baek . We collaborated for the exhibition What We Made Sounds Like This , which presented ceramic pieces with live sonification. Exhibition in Pittsburgh during the NCECA 2018 conference Andrew Casto's Assemblage 158 From my notebook A core idea was to generate sounds from the negative space of the pieces. To this end, we inhabited the empty space around the 3D scanned pieces with 27 balls, which bounced around or inside the objects. The distance and position of each ball drove in real time a sound synthesis engine. The three engines in Ceramix : physics simulation, visualization, and sound synthesis Behind the scenes: live parameters in Max We took part to a panel presentation on March 16th: that was a gre