Cyclotone is an artistic performance by Paul Prudence that turns the Suvilahti Power Plant into an artwork that draws inspiration from technology, science and nature.
Cyclotone will be performed at Biohacker Summit 2016 on 18 November at 19:35-20:00.
Cyclotone takes conceptual cues from cyclotrons and particle accelerators and alludes to aspects of particle physics, space exploration and 4-dimensional space. The work is inspired to commemorate the first wave of Russian cosmonauts who conquered space physically and also the artists of the Constructivist movement who conquered space conceptually.
“I saw 4-d geometry, 4-d space-time diagrams spinning and morphing into quasars with jets, black holes and the big bang!”
– Arthur Miller, Author of Deciphering the Cosmic Number: The Strange Friendship of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung
Paul will also create a daytime projection installation that simulates the surface of liquids and models fluid flow. Close up abstractions of mico-wavelets will be combined with subtle drones and binuaral beats (to be experienced on headphones).
Paul Prudence is an artist and audio-visual performer working with generative video environments and acousmatic sound. His work, which has been shown and performed internationally, focuses on the ways in which sound, space and form can be cross-wired to create live-cinematic visual-music experiences.
Paul is a contributing writer to both Holo and Neural, printed magazines that explore the intersections of media art, electronic culture and computational creativity. He also maintains the weblog Dataisnature exploring the interrelationships between natural processes, computational systems and procedural-based art practices.