Neave Visuals is an audio responsive projected visual experience created by Andrew Ringler and Bing Lin in collaboration with Neave Trio. In this work we created 12 distinct visual experiences in response to the 12 musical movements performed by Neave Trio. Each visual was programmatically sound responsive and additionally included a user interface which Ringler and Lin used to perform live visual updates during the performance. We created many unique visual works in additional to adapting works from the openprocessing.org website including: Raven Kwok (aka Guo Ruiwen) ravenkwok.com “2BCD” / Ale 414c45.net “drawingMachine_10” / Ralph Wagner and douira “Luminous Noise Waves” / Pierre MARZIN “Procedural Night Reflections II” / spluko “Fire Hole”.
About the Performance
“1.8% is the frequency with which American orchestras program the works of female composers. Bucking this trend and in honor of Women’s History Month, the Neave Trio celebrates women composers of the past and present with a evening of Rebecca Clarke, Amy Beach, Cécile Chaminade, and Jennifer Higdon.”
March 15, 2019, 8pm
Longy School of Music of Bard College, Cambridge, MA