Department of Rhythmanalysis: On Location

Kevin Hamilton (Designer)

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Abstract

This web-based exploration, commissioned by the journal Blackbird at Virginia Commonwealth University, presents the user with a roaming, time-traveling camera for viewing a single interface. Each view changes the space and time within which the interface is visible, as well as the conditions it claims to monitor. Off-screen visual and aural cues add another layer of narrative information to each scene.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherVirginia Commonwealth University
StatePublished - 2007

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Hamilton, K. (Designer). (2007). Department of Rhythmanalysis: On Location. Exhibition, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Department of Rhythmanalysis : On Location. Hamilton, Kevin (Designer). 2007. Virginia Commonwealth University.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Hamilton, K, Department of Rhythmanalysis: On Location, 2007, Exhibition, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Hamilton K (Designer). Department of Rhythmanalysis: On Location Virginia Commonwealth University. 2007.
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