HARAKA; is an interactive installation based on audio-visual process. It exists only if someone observes. Haraka as a result is an open work based on (conscious- unconscious) decision of audience. Each form (space) and movement (time) creates unique audio – visual experience . This vivace process composed for strings, percussion and toy instruments and transforms their form and movements to particle structure. In this installation; audiences transform numbers and energy to an art form and composition by their movement via Max, OpenFrameworks and OpenCV. ‘HARAKA’ interactive installation exhibited in Contemporary İstanbul 2016.
Hazal Döleneken – Interactive Sound Design
Hakan Gündüz – Interactive Visual Design and Coding
Documentation & Video Editing: Melih Kundakçıoğlu