Good Day God Damn — Video + Lighting
Collaborated with Stephanie Acosta on video engineering, sound design, and presentation of her culminating workshop performance of Good Day God Damn, part of her At Play Residency at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan. Entire show ran from Max/MSP/Jitter and Ableton Live cued from two MIDI controllers. Three projector set up running video on three separate surfaces at a time.
Acosta was able to call her own cues on my system remotely from her own stations.
Performers’ headset microphones controlled the strobing of LED tube lights hidden under audience seating at key points during the performance at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan. More photos and information on curator, Danny Orendorff’s, site.