ISSN: 23979704
First published in 2010
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Volume 7 Issue 2
Cover Date: December 2017
On space curves as a substrate for audio-visual composition
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Authors:  Lance Putnam 
DOI: 10.1386/vcr.7.2.93_1

Keywords
audio-visual,composition,drawing,curves,harmonics,symmetry,technology

Abstract
Technology has long provided artists with new tools and materials to inform or drive the concept, production and/or communication of their artworks. With the advent of computers, artists have an unprecedented degree of access to a vast realm of mathematical structures to use towards the production of artefacts. Harmonic space curves are a basic, yet rich virtual material for construction of audio-visual works that are noteworthy for their persistence across a diverse range of technologies. This is evidenced by a brief foray into mechanical, electronic and digital systems that produce space curves and the author’s own successes in utilizing space curves as a substrate for audio-visual synthesis and composition.
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