Installation at Stull Astronomical Observatory, October 3, 2018.

For this one-night pop-up style installation, I projection-mapped evolving imagery onto five dome buildings which house telescopes at the Stull Observatory. I placed four speakers thoughout the site, playing numerous sounds that drifted around in space. Visitors wandered the grounds, weaving between the domes and exploring the spatialized audio-visual environment.

The video source materials were created using various types of feedback, mixed with analog oscillators synced to the horizontal scan rate. Complex forms and geometries emerge from interference patterns and imperceptible fluctuations in spacetime, in an abstracted model of the way that galaxies, stars, and planets emerge from scattered masses of particles and radiation in space.