Art Music Video Pieces

Pieces Title Image 240x135 Dr. Lawrence W. Moore is a multimedia composer in that he works in both the electro-acoustic medium and the computer-generated video art medium. His pieces combine the abstract with the organic in both sight and sound.


Establishment

Credits

  • Music and video composed and created by Lawrence W. Moore

Description

This piece is a sequence of the first eight hexagrams from the I Ching, and outline their meaning in both musical and visual form. These different hexagrams are used as the graphic elements that make up different portions of the overall visual piece at their appropriate moments in time for their stages in order. The colors interpret their meaning. The various textures of noise are also constructed from the hexagram shape as various frequency ranges are passed through filtering, creating an aural layer of their hexagram shape. The pan flute performance is an interpretation of the struggle for one to begin and reach a point of establishment, facing the different challenges of spirit that come along the way, as indicated by the sequence of the first eight hexagrams of the I Ching, which tell this story of establishment.

Tools Utilized

Achievements

  • Selected for and performed in the February, 2015 Compositum Musicae Novae Concert, Coral Gables, FL.
  • Selected for and presented in an installation at Arts & Letters Day 2012, Miami-Dade College
  • Selected for and performed in the Subtropics XXII Marathon Concert at Audiotheque, Miami Beach, March, 2013





Beautiful Synchronicities

Credits

  • Music and video composed and created by Lawrence W. Moore
  • Narration and vocals by Liza Seigido

Description

Movement I – This is a metaphysical exploration of the phenomenon of synchronicity. There are seeming coincidences in our lives that come from a patterns int he universe that stem from our own conscious creation. These patterns are complex, just like anything that is physically organic. The non-physical organic aspect to the universe is where the mystery lies, but it is a living entity in and of itself. This combined entity of the universe, however, includes us, and as individuals, we affect the growth of the universe and the growth of our lives over time.

Movement II – This is a metaphysical exploration of the phenomenon of synchronicity. There are seeming coincidences in our lives that come from a patterns int he universe that stem from our own conscious creation. These patterns are complex, just like anything that is physically organic. The non-physical organic aspect to the universe is where the mystery lies, but it is a living entity in and of itself. This combined entity of the universe, however, includes us, and as individuals, we affect the growth of the universe and the growth of our lives over time.

Tools Utilized

Achievements

  • Selected for and presented in 12 Nights of Electronic Art and Music, February, 2011
  • Selected for and performed at Forms and Fractures, Festival Miami, October2010

Dreams Become Fibers

Credits

  • French Horn performed by Corey Klein
  • Music composed, engineered, and processed by Lawrence W. Moore
  • Video by Lawrence W. Moore

Description

This piece paints the picture of a meditation on a hillside, in which the one who is meditating gradually feels himself being enveloped by the land. In this process of becoming one with the setting, the meditation brings about visions and sounds that allow one to see the fibers that make up the reality that we see on a daily basis. This infinite network of fibers makes up the physical reality around us. If we put the energy from our dreams into the energy of these fibers, we can see our dreams manifest before us in time.

Tools Utilized

  • Fractal imagery generated and animated using Apophysis 7x and Apophymator
  • Filtering and final production performed using Sony Vegas Pro
  • Audio stretching and pitch shifting performed using Cakewalk Spear
  • Recorded horn processed and sequenced with live processed horn in Cakewalk Sonar

Achievements

  • Selected for and performed in the Vanguard Miami, 2012, Chapel of the Venerable St. Bede




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