About the Visual Art
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Frank Millward & David Orwell

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About the Visual Art


The visual components of this work have been developed by combining analogue studio footage with digital 3D spectrographic responses to each of the music tracks. The spectrographic imagery was made usig MAX/MSP Jitter - Processing - Flash and Final Cut Pro. A fundamental design aspect used to realise the moving image component combined spectrographic imagery with an internal and external visual exploration of the saxophone. The binary motif was exploited in a variety of forms throughout.


 


Credits

Visual Concept and Direction - Frank Millward
Visual Design and Editing - Frank Millward and David Orwell

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Frank Millward
is a multimedia artist, composer and performer. His work explores cross-disciplinary relationships between technology, science and art, where focus is given to the ways in which sound and moving image are shaping new interactive forms in performance. His research seeks to theorise and understand how we interpret complex interactive exchanges between sound and image, developing abstracted 3D moving images that represent the attributes of sounds and testing these abstractions for perceived emotice impact. He lectures in audio art, sound design and multimedia performance in the School of Fine Art, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Kingston University, London. frankmillward.com


David Orwell is a London based artist whose practice includes a variety of mediums ranging from video, photography, digital installation, design, performance and drawing. Having recently graduated from Kingston University with a 1st class degree in Fine Art (Hons) he has since been involved with the production of this DVD and other short videos for different clients. Orwell now works for the V&A Museum and Kingston University, London. www.davidjosephorwell.com


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Videos:



The Fisher King

 
Before The Road



Easing



Quantitive
 

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