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Friction Sticky Rough (2003) pairs video monitors displaying computer generated three-dimensional forms with musical structures based on the interaction of sound particles. The resulting installation creates parallels between a type of sound composition called “nonstandard synthesis” and scientific principles that analyze molecular particle interaction in terms of the attributes known as “friction,” “stickiness” and “roughness.”

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image courtesy of Kalvos & Damian

Fred Szymanski is a sound and image artist who lives and works in New York City. His works have also been performed at many festivals including SonicLIGHT 2003 (Amsterdam) and the 2000 ICMC (Berlin). Group shows that have featured his sound and image work include the Abstraction Now exhibition (Vienna) and BitStreams at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has composed audio works for CD with releases by Asphodel Recordings, JDK Productions, and Soleilmoon Staalplaat. His piece FLUME was part of "An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music from 1952 to 2004" (Sub Rosa (Belgium)). His Cd NOZZLE was released by Asphodel in January 2004. The multimedia piece FLEXORS was selected at the 34th IMEB (Bourges, France). FRICTION STICKY ROUGH, an installation for multiple image projection and loudspeakers, was premiered at the Diapason Gallery (New York) and included in the show "What Sound Does a Color Make?" at the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology (New York) in 2005.

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bnode is an innovative Vancouver-based architecture and design studio, founded in New York City by Innes Yates and Judith Gieseler in 2000. The Vancouver studio was opened in 2006. They design projects of a variety of scales and types, ranging from furniture and residential renovations to houses, commercial and institutional buildings, interiors, landscapes and installations. Their practice engages collaborative partners in disciplines such as engineering, art, technology and ecology. Their work has been recognized with awards and honours and exhibited internationally.

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