Strangers find their lives intertwined by acts of violence and corruption in Timboctou, a wryly humorous and provocative new play written by Alejandro Ricaño and set against the volatile backdrop of the Mexican drug violence. This world premiere production imagines Timboctou as a mysterious, unreachable refuge at the end of the earth and illustrates the narrow line between victim and victimized. Celebrated Mexico City director Martín Acosta leads a binational cast and creative team for this highly visual multimedia work, a unique collaboration between the CalArts Center for New Performance and its bilingual theater initiative Duende CalArts a ...
Created from found footage which I manipulated in realtime in the CalArts Videographics lab, using analog synthesizers and fx processors. This is an edit from those realtime-generated animations.
The sound is the "sound of the Big Bang," created by translating the math of the birth of the universe into audio signals - by John G. Cramer.