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Studio glitch variations shared via Instagram

Recto Verso, snow is on the way

Studio glitch notation

ART/SOUND/Now: Walters Sculpture Court - Live August 22, 2019 by Timothy Nohe

Live recording of a site responsive work produced for two sopranos choreographed through the Sculpture Court of the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, August 22, 2019. Bonnie Lander and Allison Clendaniel, sopranos. Electro-acoustic music for two bluetooth speakers, Timothy Nohe.

Biosphere (2019) by Timothy Nohe

Electro-acoustic music for LucidBeings Dance. This score was composed and recorded by Timothy Music, blending the soprano voice of Dharna Noor, field recordings, and electronic music elements composed and sequenced by the artist.

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About Timothy

Baltimore City - Station North A&E District

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I come from experiences in DIY communities, rooted originally in Punk and the hacker culture of circuits and software. Both communities are built on the sharing of intellectual discoveries, and a very hands on approach to collaboration, improvisation, problem solving, distribution and presenting. We want to connect to audiences in direct public engagements, in and out of galleries and performance spaces. I'm especially interested in abstraction in the realms of music and the visual arts. I've been... more

Chromatic abstractions - daily studio practice

I am investigation abstraction and color relationships on my phone as the COVID 19 pandemic makes access to studio time tricky or fraught. These glitch variations are published via Instagram, with swipe interaction filling a device's screen.

2021 Twists - daily studio glitch practice

During this 2021 phase of the pandemic I take at least a part of each day to engage in studio practice, gliching these "twists" into being. They synthesize and apply the rules of the "golden section" to visual material.

Bell Labs Mosh (2018)

Bell Labs Mosh (2018), total running time 05:12. Part of a video series that examines the early information age, this industrial film was produced at Bell Labs and represents early experiments in rendering human speech and the "Poem Fields" computer animation work of Stan Vanderbeek and Kenneth Knowlton. Many of the inventions predicted within this video area a reality and commonplace, as accessible as our mobile phone. The original industrial film was made available under Creative Commons license, at archive.org. This data-moshing work was created while in residence at Signal Culture, Owego, NY. 

Installed in the Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University, July 16 - October 25, 2018.

  • Bell Labs Mosh (2018)

    Bell Labs Mosh (2018), total running time 05:12. Part of a video series that examines the early information age, this industrial film was produced at Bell Labs and represents early experiments in rendering human speech and the "Poem Fields" computer animation work of Stan Vanderbeek and Kenneth Knowlton. Many of the inventions predicted within this video area a reality and commonplace, as accessible as our mobile phone. The original industrial film was made available under Creative Commons license, at archive.org.

Light Works (2018)

Light Works (2018) – 34:07 loop, silent
 
Analog video and sound synthesis both use voltage interactions to evolve dynamic patterns, whether finally reproduced as video or sound. In the Light Works vivid hues and patterns emerged as oscillations interacted in an LZX Visual Cortex video synthesis module. The artist was there to coax and capture these serendipitous interactions of form and chroma.

Installed in the Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University, July 16 - October 25, 2018.

  • Light Works (2018)

    Light Works (2018) – 34:07 loop, silent This work was conceived as a contemplative and evolving chromatic animation. Analog video and sound synthesis both use voltage interactions to evolve dynamic patterns, whether finally reproduced as video or sound. In the Light Works vivid hues and patterns emerged as oscillations interacted in an LZX Visual Cortex video synthesis module. The artist was there to coax and capture these serendipitous interactions of form and chroma. Installed in the Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University, July 16 - October 25, 2018.
  • Light Works, installation view

    An installation view of Light Works at the Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University. Exhibition on view July 16 – October 25, 2018.

At or Near the Melting Point (2017-2018)

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, and, the Electronic Gallery at SalisburyUniversity, July 16 - October 25, 2018.

Light Well for James Turell (2017)

Light Well for James Turrell (2017), employed analog video and sound synthesis to evolve in real-time dynamic and shifting sound and light patterns that immersed a room in vivid hues. Four analog CRT tv monitors screened opening and closing concentric circles of deeply saturated color. Installed at the Kohl Gallery at Washington College with four matched CRTs, November 9 - December 15, 2017.

Entr’acte-Interact (2017)

Entr’acte-Interact (2017), interactive HD video synthesis system triggered by audience members improvising with a microphone and two infrared sensors that triggered a drum machine.  The installation featured a drum machine, animation system and stereo speakers. Installed at the Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.

  • Entr’acte-Interact (2017)

    Entr’acte-Interact (2017) interactive HD video synthesis system triggered by a microphone and two infrared sensors, stimulating a drum machine and animation system. Installed at the 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.

Matter, Energy, Human

Matter, Energy, Human (repertory version), Deep Vision Dance Company, Nicole A. Martinell, director and choreographer. Commissioned original 40 and 20 minute dance score composed by Timothy Nohe, scored for friction percussion, boy soprano, analog and wavetable synthesizers, e-bow guitar, and samples. Performers - Timothy Nohe: analog and digital synthesizers, sample sequencing, shortwave, ebow guitar; Shelly Purdy: friction percussion; Ruskin Nohe-Moren, boy soprano.

  • Matter, Energy, Human (2016-17) by Timothy Nohe

    Matter, Energy, Human (repertory version), Deep Vision Dance Company, Nicole A. Martinell, director and choreographer. Commissioned original 40 and 20 minute dance score composed by Timothy Nohe, scored for friction percussion, boy soprano, analog and wavetable synthesizers, e-bow guitar, narrators, and samples.

CosmonautOp (2016)

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. 

Installed:
Architectural Video Screen at Wall Academic Center, Van Every Smith Galleries at Davidson College, Davidson, NC, November 15, 2018 - February 6, 2019.

Screened at:
Livewire 9, UMBC, October 27 - 28, 2018, concert interstitial video, Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall.  The Agency of Art: Visual Arts @ 50, University Art Gallery, Mandeville Center, Univerity of California San Diego, April 12 – May 17, 2018. Vigil, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, April 30 and Worlds in Collusion at Artscape 2016.

Exhibited:
Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University, July 16 - October 25, 2018.  Kohl Gallery, Washington College, November 9 - December 15, 2017.
 

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