Interactive artist Brett Balogh's work Chora features a generative meditation on the impermanence of form.

Combining audio data generated from the seismic activity of Mount Etna in Italy with a visual algorithm that renders an ever-changing wire-based structure, interactive artist Brett Balogh’s work Chora features “a generative meditation on the impermanence of form.”

Balogh explains the project below:

The piece is generative, meaning it is computed in real time and therefore has no fixed duration. It can run indefinitely. The piece is meant to create an environment where both sound and image reference form and activity, but the abstract nature of these references create a space that is always changing, asking the viewer to envision new forms/spaces.

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