Another talk of SonicActs 2010 by Christopher Salter, researcher of threshold auditory-visual-perceptual spaces. 'Perhaps then artists, facilitating audiovisual cross-modality through the intertwining of media, environment and perceiver, seek similarly to enstill or render such momentary lapses and quickenings, creating breaks or micro-hallucinations of self by way of techniques that consciously challenge our perception.'
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Christopher L. Salter’s (CA) artistic output and research revolve around the development and production of real-time, computationally-augmented responsive performance environments fusing space, sound, image, architectural material and sensor-based technologies.
This lecture was part of Sonic Acts XIII within a session called Exercises in Immersion. This session was about the following: surround cinema with spatial sound immerses the audience in a spectacle of sound and images. How is this done? What happens to the senses?'