Every year the Southbank Centre ask a group of artists to come together on a collaborative workshop environment to exchange ideas and become friends. In turn each artist is asked to bring someone that they would like to spend the week experimenting with. Southbank chose Jasper Hoiby, a brilliant double bass player from Denmark. He chose to collaborate with me and the result was an excellent week of playing with live video and looped bass.
I used some software called Isadora, which is an esoteric live video program and was playing mostly with the idea of Jasper’s bass sound dictating what was happening on screen using specific frequencies as triggers. The results you can see in the video.