I DO NOT LOVE NYC is an audio-video installation by Tibor Fabian and Simone Lalli aka Autobam
Today I DO NOT LOVE NYC is live at the Macy Art Gallery (Columbia University - New York) thanks to Visions in New York, a project curated by Maurizio Pellegrin and Vanessa Liberati.
I DO NOT LOVE NYC was born as a software based audio-visual performance for Architetture Urbane, Space and Art Festival (Padova), then the project was produced also as installation and screened around the world.
I DO NOT LOVE NYC is a motion graphic investigation on architectural spaces and how they collide with people. The video output is real-time generated by algorithms. The software randomly draws wireframe 3D spaces and populates them with walking silhouettes, trees and vehicles. The position and the perspective of the virtual camera changes along random paths exploring the landscape and the shapes generated.
According to sound the wireframe shapes continuously changes. The viewer feels like walking/flying inside dream state landscape where objects appear, moves and disappear.
I DO NOT LOVE NYC is a stunning, endless travel inside infinite architectural hypothesis.