- - - sensory dynamics - - - a sensory installation on the occasion of the scientific conference DYNAMICS DAYS EUROPE 2009 from Aug 31 - Sept 4, 2009 in Göttingen
Rainer Dunkel [RD]: sensory-dynamics object and electro-acoustic installation for nonlinear tone patterns.
Marc Timme [MT] (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics & Self-Organization, Göttingen) and Poramate Manoonpong [PM] (University of Göttingen and Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen): chaos control of sensory signals for the coordination of an adaptively controlled network.
The installation reacts to sensory impulses triggered by visitors moving in between multilayered sensitive weaves and reflects certain triggers in an electro-acoustical installation as dynamically variable tone patterns. The sensory triggers are selected by *adaptive chaos control from an intrinsically chaotic network by MT & PM and become interpreted as six-channel tone sequenzes by RD: "Regarding the acoustic reflections, I am interested in the sensory impulses similar to those affecting our senses and those multilayered patterns interpreted by a neurocellular organism as impressions. Therefore I picked as a central theme of my electronic tone materials neuro-cellular aspects such as frequencies, codes and patterns. By overlaping six autonomous tone channels harmonies, discords, complexity, monochromaticallies, chaos and synchronization emerge, which can change in variable dynamics caused by temporal consequences and the choice of the sensory-induced impulse patterns [RD]
*adaptive chaos control from an intrinsically chaotic network: "Silke Steingrube, Marc Timme, Florentin Wörgötter and Poramate Manoonpong; Self-organized adaptation of a simple neural circuit enables complex robot behaviour. Nature Physics, January 17th, 2010 (DOI: 10.1038/NPHYS1508)"
© 2009 all sound by Rainer Dunkel
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