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Barrett, Natasha, Hammer, Oyvind

Mimetic Dynamics

1998

Organised Sound: Vol. 3, no. 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 211-218.

This paper describes Mimetic Dynamics - an audiovisual interactive installation exploring one of the many possible relationships between nature and technology. In this work, real and simulated fluid dynamics are presented simultaneously, allowing both artist and viewer to explore the relationship between ‘digital’ and ‘analogue’ media in both sound and visual dimensions. It gains insight from physical laws and time flows derived from the natural world, where digital technology is used to produce mathematical models simulating real physical attributes. In doing so the authors are able to harness qualities of the ‘natural’ and use their characteristics to control aspects of the ‘artificial’ (virtual).

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