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Kolmans Kube @ TArt Festival 1998
A black wooden floor is situated in the middle of the room. Behind the floor is a vertical screen. The screen is 3,4 x 3,5 meters like the floor. The two act as sides of a kube. Upon entering this kube, a visitors movements cause electronic sounds to appear. More specificaly movements in predefined areas trigger short sequences of images on the projected background. As a backdrop I created a timelaps-recording of a landscape north of Amsterdam where typically the old dutch masters would paint because of the special quality of the light. The timelaps recording lasted for a whole day. The projected result was a sequence of 150 images, mapped on a sensor inside the kube. So vertical movements on a specific location resulted in stepping through the day in time. Movement in one of the eight sensors more or less located towards the corners of the kube resulted in acurately moving through a series of images of my hands in the landscape pointing out the size and location of these sensors if they were places synchronous in the landscape if the frame of the landscape was not a window but a mirror. I was playing with the notion of matter and antimatter and poetic license.
Kolmans Kube interview by Rob Perree
An interview by Rob Perree in Kunstbeeld march 1989
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Didactiek in de ruimte met Andries Lohmeijer, Ria Brandon, Toon Ariens Op het Albeda College Rotterdam Project BVE96143
Kolmans Kube in Axis December 1995
Publication about Kolmans Kube text by Inamoto, Axis vol. 58 Fred Kolman’s 'Kolman’s Kube’ has evolved in a number of stages. First the motion of a body in a dance was translated into MIDI controlling electronic sounds. Recently the system can control images as well as sounds. When you move around the room a camera records your position and changes the images and lighting effects projected on the wall by a video projector. Just by moving through the room transforms it into a different configuration. The unadorned human body changes the environment. This is better than virtual reality with those goggles.
Kolmans Kube @ UNDR Kopenhagen
Movements by visitors on this black floor trigger and control electronic sounds.
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Kolmans Kube ' De Opmars ' broadcast VPRO tv
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Kolmans Kube Performance, Crea Amsterdam
As a dancer, performer I wanted to play and control my synthesizer from within the dance. While listening to the sonic landscapes like 'Homer Hossa' created by Boris Blank and Dieter Meier from Yello https://soundcloud.com/boris-blank-avant-garden as well as listening to Brian Eno on Albums like 'On land' and 'Apollo' in the early eighties I had the desire to literally step in those landscapes and perform my Thai Chi based movements. It came to my mind that it was feasible to control certain aspects of electronic synthesized sounds in real time with gestures seen through a videocamera, allowing the dancer/performer to create the music from the dance instead of dancing to music. This was back 1985.
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