About Time by LSKA About Time is about beats and bass. It’s a tribute to trip-hop and subwoofers.
Beatcon 2015 Visuals from LSKA on Vimeo. excerpts from the live visuals for #Beatcon2, Firenze 3-10-2015...
Hic @ Rosas Performance Space – Bruxelles June 20 2015 from LSKA on Vimeo. Coreographed and performed by Camilla Monga Music by LSKA
Webcams remotely controlled using the Open Sound Control protocol. Made with Arduino and Max7.
Original music for the choreography by Marco D’Agostin
A live audiovisual performance for Vicenza Jazz 2015, performed at Jazz Café Trivellato – Teatro Astra, Vicenza – May,...
At the Valbruna Steelworks in Vicenza more than a half of the 1000 workers come from the South of Italy, specially from Giovinazzo...
A Lo-Fi video for the track No Matter included in the About Time EP. music.lska.org/album/about-time with Camilla Monga
A reissue of the historic game Pong controlled by users’ hands. Made with Processing. Hand tracking realized using a Kinect...
Video installation for Enter – intersezioni di uomini e tecnologie
Interactive dance project.
by Giorgia Nardin with Marco D’Agostin, Sara Leghissa research Amy Bell, Marco D’agostin, Sara Leghissa, Giorgia Nardin music...
An audiovisual exploration of ancient music with the aid of digital tools. Tales around an electronic campfire.
Timeless compositions. Interactive installation
an “analogical” A/V concert music by LSKA visuals by Alessandro Martinello
actions on stage, inspired by the works of Yukio Mishima with Alessandro Martinello
In collaboration with Ariella Vidach – AiEP and Urban Experience.
An electronic music album
caalma.org 2010 Stop-motion video for “idrica – acqua underground”, @ Vie d’Acqua 2010.
A project by Francesca Ostuzzi. A video by Diana Balzarini. A music track by Luca Scapellato. In collaboration with Giuseppe Salvia,...
improvised narration With Davide Dal Pra Irene Rigon – viola da gamba LSKA – live electronics
A Max For Live device to control any Ableton Live parameter moving hands and fingers in 3D space using the Leap Motion
My first Max4Live Device! A simple granulator effect that “freezes” sounds, generating a continuous drone. Now avalaible...
Experiment with Leap Motion and Max6. Little independet flocks of particles follow fingertips on screen.