My first motivation to learn live video processing was to improvise with musicians. My first "VJ" project was a collaboration with Marc Tsypkine de Kerblay in 2003 / Nantes /France.
Since then I regularly team up with musicians, sometime very spontaneously for one event, sometime more regularly and planed.
I develop my own software, adapting and modifying it according to each collaboration.
Better Restaurant for the eyes.
Dance performance from Michiyasu Furutani and live interactive video from Keyframed.
Better Restaurant for the ears.
Live music from Bakakuri (Kurihara and Dylan Bakker) accross a unholy spectrum of sounds and samples, guitar and synth.
Better Restaurant for better eating we playing in a snow storm wearing hood a trunk to sway to nobody’s body ‘cos nobody knows
Micro-symphonies for the end of times. French trio from Berlin with musicians Mangrove Kipling, Koba and video artist Keyframed, Dar Krift awakened to the necessity to put an appropriate soundtrack on the mysteries and fucked up states of power around all of us. Not a political statement, rather a dedicated symphony to madness and nonsense. Both musicians come from instrumental origins, and therefore use analog machine and picked up objects to "junk up" their sonic potion.
A fun collaboration with Dr Nexus.
The video uses a webcam which sample and store short moments which are arranged into 4 animated areas
A series of improvisations with: