Moori is an interactive installation combining audience-participatory narrative and audio-visuals. By exploiting innovations in network-based personal devices such as smart phones and tablets as well as SMS, Moori allows users to build real-time collaborative storytelling through exchanging messages.
[Mar 7] Soho Night: Moori – An interactive installation by Haeyoung Kim
Haeyoung Kim aka Bubblyfish
Thu, Mar 7 2013, 6 – 9pm
Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker
Moori: An interactive installation based on Mobile Technology and SMS
Harvestworks is pleased to present Moori by artist Haeyoung Kim as part of Soho Night, an evening of extended exhibition viewing and special programs by the not-for-profit arts organizations in Soho. These works were produced in part through the Harvestworks Artist In Residence Program.
Moori is an interactive installation combining audience-participatory narrative and audio-visuals. By exploiting innovations in network-based personal devices such as smart phones and tablets as well as SMS, Moori allows users to build real-time collaborative storytelling through exchanging messages. Dynamic narrative is established through open dialogue among participants and through questions and answers posed by audience and the system. Other OSC control methods such as buttons and multi-touch pad allow multiple user-data to generate algorithmic audio and visuals. The result is a collaboration among audience members, a real time audio–visual composition and a dynamic narrative.
Please see below instructions for setting up your iPhone to participate in this installation.
Haeyoung Kim aka Bubblyfish
Haeyoung Kim is a digital artist, technologist, sound artist, and performer. Her work focuses on immersive experience in sound, human interaction, and perception. Under the name Bubblyfish, Haeyoung explores the territory of sounds, live performance and interactive media. She has been commissioned from Roulette, Jerome Foundation, and Turbulance.org. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums including NamJunePaik (NJP) Art Center in Korea, Kunsthalle in Austria, and the Moving Image Museum in New York. She also has performed in numerous international digital art venues including MUTEK in Canada, Mapping Festival in Switzerland, and File Festival in Brazil.
She holds a BM in Music Production & Engineering and Music Synthesis from Berklee College of Music and an MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons the New School for Design. Haeyoung was a resident artist at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center in New York in 2011.
Setting up your iPhone: MRMR
1 Go to Apple app store and download MRMR OSC Controller app.
2 Go to settings and turn on Airplane mode.
3 Choose Moori for Wi-Fi network
4 Restart your device
5 Open MRMR app
6 Select ‘Add a Server’
7 Select ‘Add server manually’
8 Type the IP address, ‘192.168.2.10’