Institute History

  • 2019 Sundance Film Festival


analmosh is an explosive wash of color and sound in the form of a generative audiovisual installation. Colorful and dynamic abstract imagery is generated in real time, alongside sample-based audio that is programmatically distorted and remixed to match the imagery. Each instance of analmosh follows an iterative blueprint that produces a unique audiovisual landscape while still retaining a consistent overall structure. Check the New Frontier program guide for live performances of this work.

Screening Details

  • Section: New Frontier Exhibitions
  • Film Type: Installation
  • Run Time: 30 min min.
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