Creating a Visual Translation of Kurt Schwitters’s Ursonate

@article{Ox1993CreatingAV,
  title={Creating a Visual Translation of Kurt Schwitters’s Ursonate},
  author={Jack Ox},
  journal={Leonardo Music Journal},
  year={1993},
  volume={3},
  pages={59 - 61}
}
  • J. Ox
  • Published 6 July 2016
  • Art
  • Leonardo Music Journal
_ Thomson, 17ze Last Garcfen, intermedia performance combining experimental _ movement, music, video, visual design and technology, 1993. This work uses two _ interactive computer-music systems, a virtual stage set created by three channels = _ of interactive laser video disc, one channel of prerecorded video and MIDI_ = controlled stage lighting to address the impact of humankind on the land and of 

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