Drowning takes the audience into a journey of infinite motion. The audiovisual composition explores concepts of cymatics and the physicality of sound creating an audible wave of pressure that provides the members of the audience the opportunity to experience its properties through their body.
The piece attempts to signal to the mind the isolation, terror and ecstasy one might experience if was to be left alone in the middle of the ocean, where ocean is sound, sonic vibrations and visible digital waves at the disposal of listener and the viewer.
The storyline, based on the feeling of drowning, evolves around variations of depth level, where truly immersive 360° audiovisual content shapes the perception of the architecture of the space.
Quickly Photographed and Released Unharmed - Art Collection - Audiovisual Performance (2020)
Quickly Photographed and Released Unharmed is a collection of generative audiovisual artworks by Pandelis Diamantides. The collection is part of Diamantides' ongoing research into the non-representational use of screens.
The collection reflects on our visually overstimulated environment. Diamantides seeks to create a direct experience with light and sound, using the screen as a medium rather than a representational canvas. The screen becomes a light source, inducing after-images in the vision of the viewer through rapid successions of light and colour. The works in the collection affect the intake of newer information through overstimulation.
Go Back to Hiding in the Shadows - Art Collection - Audiovisual Performance (2018-19)
Go Back to Hiding in the Shadows a digital granary of processed instrumental and electronic sounds, field recordings, rock formations, plants, animals and swarms unfolds a narrative of becoming.
The prime material of the work consists of deconstructed human voices, physical instruments and field recordings dissolved in an imagery of photographs, videos and processed visual material collected around the Troodos mountain range on the island of Cyprus.
False Awakenings - Audiovisual Performance (2015)
"...Like rush hour traffic inside electric wires."
False awakenings is a blend of abstract rhythmical patterns, evolving ambient landscapes and detailed sound design. Audible generative structures provide the canvas for a visual interpretation of time - motion and memory. As a measure of disorder an immersive audiovisual world is created, a temporal construct of bass, light and colour.
Green - Audiovisual Performance (2012)
"...bleeps, microsound and infrabass. A taste of paradise in binary language."
Green explores sonic frequencies and timbres with incredible clarity and detail from the low rumblings of the infra bass to the highest sonorities.