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    Anisotropia - Movements towards a Lyrical Design

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2012)

    London, UK, 10 - 12 July 2012


    Christoph Klemmt


    As different as music and architecture are, the two forms of art also share a close relationship, and many composition and design concepts can become applicable to both. Historically the two disciplines have often been related on an emotional level, however the work of Orproject attempts a direct transformation from one to the other on an underlying structural level. By transforming time based attributes of music into spatial dimensions, different types of physical structures have been created which use lyrical effects to answer architectural requirements. The analysis of movement behaviours forms an intermediary step between the compositions in time and space.


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