Baltimore City - Station North A&E District
Entr’acte-Interact (2017), interactive HD video synthesis system triggered by a microphone and two infrared sensors. drum machine and animation system. Installed at the Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
12 Electron Drawings (2017)
Twelve Electron Drawings (2017), permanent pigment prints, 16 x 20. These images were produced using an analog modular synthesizer and hacked Vectrex game system. Images were "drawn" in real time by voltages interacting in the modular synth, and then photographed direct from the monitor. A series of 12 images was installed at Washington College's Kohl Gallery, exhibition dates November 9 - December 15, 2017.
Four Light Glitches for Jackson Mac Low (2017)
Four CHA/V hacked VGA signal generators driven by custom waveforms generators in project boxes, feeding four matched CRT monitors. Installed at the Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
Memento Mori for H.B. (2017)
Two surveillance cameras mixed by a Gieskes Schele circuit, which superimposes and glitches the two camera feeds framing a deer skull. Installed at the Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
At or Near the Melting Point (2017)
36 television remote controls dipping in chocolate, included in Voltage is Signal: Analog Video Works by Timothy Nohe, Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
Electron Drawing – Visual Music (2017)
Electron Drawing – Visual Music was installed at Light City as a public art commission on the Art Walk. The piece employed analog modular synthesis sound which simultaneously produced live vector graphic video that was captured by a HD camera fed directly to a 12’ by 9’ LED jumbotron wall. Audience members shaped the sound and the drawings through two motion infrared motion sensors, and these were inset into two custom lasercut boxes produced by the artist.
Analog video synthesis and found footage digitally composited with Rutt/Etra Video Synthesizer analog raster manipulation, and Paik/Abe Wobbulator transformations. Video produced while in residence at Signal Culture, Owego, NY.
Screened at Vigil, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, April 30 and Worlds in Collusion at Artscape 2016. Exhibited at Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
Nohe created this piece first as a three-channel video-mapped work for choreographer Renée Brozic’s dance Maybe, presented at the Smith Theater, Columbia, MD. This version of the piece incorporates his original composition Flutter Tongue. Credits: Timothy Nohe: Video, videomapping, editing. Sound score: electronics, sequencing and metal percussion; Paula Hickey, clarinet.
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