"ARROWS" WASHINGTON DC.
"First interactive painting with live music in real time"
This past weekend we had the singular honor of premiering a new *interactive* chamber work in The Library of Congress, collaborating with game designer Rami Ismail, violinist Philippe Quint, pianist Peter Dugan and composer Austin Wintory.
The piece, called "Arrows," was controllable by the audience using their phones, modeled on the branching narrative structure of many games.
The musicians had to react to real-time instruction from a monitor relaying the audience's direction.
Meanwhile, my "living painting" played out dynamic interactions in parallel.
Washington Dc. April '19