“The Problem of Memory” is an interactive installation featuring the custom software APE (Audio Processing Etcher), created by artist Miah Artola. The APE processor generates visuals and effects based upon audio frequencies and amplitude. This interactive installation explores how our memories of time and place are continually created and recreated. Microphones are provided to allow viewers to cue and impact the ongoing visuals; participants will be able to direct the video projections through their own voices or any sound-making device.
Music:"For The World To Say" from Liturgia performed by Lou Rossi / Search for The Sun" and "Buried" by Casino Vs. Japan
Narration by Gabriel Woodhouse. Actors: Phineas Azcuzy and Gabriel Woodhouse
Text by Jorge Luis Borges and Thich Nhat Hanh.
Audio Mix includes: Two live shows at The Old School and an excerpt from a live performance of LandFilles (Keiko Uenishi & Katherine Liberovskaya) for which Uenishi was responsible for its audio element.
Visuals created by Miah Artola either through her original drawings or sculptures or videotaped footage. 2013