Possible relations between different composers, and audience, in a collaborative setup. There could be two or four composers/artists, for example composer A creating a sonic and a visual structure within the same instance (object), AS and AV, and a composer B doing the same for a second instance. Or they could swap, so composer A creates the sonic structure of instance A and the visual structure of instance B, and composer B creates the visual structure of instance A and the sonic structure of instance B, so their compositions would have to coexist within the same object. And the “world building” and “agent model” composition or layer could come from either of the two, or a separate third composer/artist M. The audience would perceive the instances, and shape them through the deliberate gesture of moving the shell that carries the data fragments.
inviduation, asynchronicity, holobiont, multi-agent, multiple, ecology
What is the process between AS and AV?
intentions could be generated iteratively as
M → AS/AV → M → … ?
a “personal music” ?
This carries the danger of reificiation, but could also bear its subversion?
Think about Braidotti's use of the concept of “glue”
agents that “live with” people
as “library items”
(in what state do you return the object?)
(the object could be “continuously learning”)
perhaps the objects are more dissimilar in terms of their sensorial layers (one could have a tablet or a scanner, etc.)