|The History of Crossover Art|
|- NIC2001, Nordic Interactive Conference in Copenhagn|
Reinert Mithassel & Trond Lossius. 2001
Fig.: Improvising fish
Ekkofisk is a realtime organic-digital sound installation.
"Finally fish get a chance to express their suppressed musicality - through their expressive flowing movements they get a voice to share their sad duet.
By a video-based three-dimensional
tracking system, computers continuously extract the individual xyz coordinates
of two fish in a large tank.
(Mithassel and Lossius)
Ekkofisk is a fatamorgana
Supported by Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst - BEK
Reinert Mithassel is the founder and artistic director of Fatamorgana.
With his background from the performing arts, he creates diverse multi-disciplinary arts-collaboration productions.
Trond Lossius (Bergen senter
for elektronisk kunst) is a composer/computer wizard.
He developed composed, and programmed the sound of Ekkofisk
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Homeoage: http://www.bek.no/
It might be interesting in this context to compare Mithassel's and Lossius' fish installation to a series of designs by another artist: the Barcelona based designer Marti Giuxé.