“Hydro-Acoustic Study” is a live cinematic exploration of sonically activated hydrological events, specifically evolving waveforms, proto-cellular bubbles, and meniscus’s that grow and exhibit behavior in direct response to sound. Within this simulated rheological environment a hydro-graphic narrative unfolds orchestrated by sound as an organizing principle and nourishing substance.
Paul Prudence is a audio-visual performer and installation artist working with computational, algorithmic and generative environments. His work, which had been shown internationally, focuses on the ways in which sound, space and form can be cross wired to create live-cinematic visual-music experiences. Paul has given lectures and workshops to a wide range of audiences and venues – from MFA students to art-science conferences and through to digital arts festivals.