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Keller, D., Capasso, A., & Wilson, S. R. (2002). Urban corridor: Accumulation and interaction as form- bearing processes. Retrieved March 21, 2006, from http://ccrma.stanford.e ... erCapassoWilson2002.pdf 
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Keywords: Space
Creators: Capasso, Keller, Wilson
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"The installation Urban Corridor was presented from June to August, 2000, at the Colorado University Art Gallery within the context of the Electronic Easel exhibition. This installation consisted in a constructed space shaped as a corridor containing lights, motion sensors, two slide projectors, a video projector, and a multi-channel sound system. The whole setup was run from a Macintosh PPC computer equipped with two CD-ROMs and a x10 two-way interface. The Urban Corridor explores the relationship between the public, the visual and sonic material, and the space as a way to bring to life the clash produced by the urban landscape on our day-to-day interactions. We describe the conceptual grounding and the technical implementation of this installation by focusing two issues: (1) the interactions between musical processes, time and space, context and materials, and the role of the public in the piece, and (2) the accumulation of sonic elements."
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