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Cube Culture: Maybe…1910

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by Todd Winkler

Traditional cultures show a respect and reverence for the elderly and the wisdom passed down through their stories which creates the collective memory of a people. "Maybe…1910" is an interactive sound and video installation that explores concepts of memory, based on interviews conducted with Rhode Island seniors discussing experiences from childhood and major life events. Video and audio processing simulates the quality of memory which may be lucid, blurry, fragmented, or incomplete.

The set, resembling a bedroom, creates a feeling of intimacy and familiarity – a kind of memory space. Viewer’s movements and actions are tracked throughout the room using pressure and light sensors embedded in the floor, bed, dresser drawers, chairs, etc.

Maybe… 1910 is supported by a grant from the Rhode Island state council of the arts, and the Brown university music department. Maybe…1910 will be shown at the 1998 International computer music conference, October 1 – 6, at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

24 july 1998

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