"Filmachine" is fully uses complex sounds generated from the chaotic dynamics and tapes and machine dynamics, organizing a fully 3D motion structures. A Phenomenologist Husserl discusses a network of longitudinal and transverse intentionality as a basis of subjective perception, where the longitudinal intentionality is a spatial structure and the transverse intentionality is a temporal structure. A spatial structure does not merely imply the 3D space emulated by the "Huron" system, but a space in perception, that is, perceptual structure as a knitting of memory and embodiment. "Filmachine" is an experimental instrument as well as a virtual space/time structure developed by an evolutionary form of the third-term music.
That is, "filmachine" synthesizes sound membranes (film) but at the same time, the machine itself becomes an internal observer by compiling the space/time complexity with sound dynamics.
concept, composition: Keiichiro Shibuya + Takashi Ikegami
multiphonic 3-dimentional programming: evala
program development: Yuta Ogai
lighting control programming: Daito Manabe
production assistant: maria
technical support: YCAM InterLab