Channelling Interference


Channelling Interference is an experimental performance exploring biofeedback and the bodies crude replication and integration into electronic circuits. Using homebuilt amplifiers and electrodes the body is connected into a circuit with cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors. Electrons shot beyond the phosphor coated monitor screen contact the body and create bioelectrical feedback loops within the circuit resulting in distortions of sound and image. The body acts as resistor and antenna controlling electrical flow and channelling electromagnetic energy, such as radio signals. Multiple bodies can be connected to expand the “living” circuit.




channelling_interference.txt · Last modified: 2012/08/29 11:30 by r
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