Hands Fiddledback

An interactive performance installation in the form a separated dyptych.

A networked diptych where two performers interact with each others hands. When a performer stops, their performance loops until another performer takes their place. I built this project at the School for Poetic Computation, Fall 2018 where the card on the wall read "Interplay with another's hand. Performances persist despite time, until another performance takes its place." It uses C++, GLSL, OpenFrameworks, ZeroMQ, two web cameras, and two monitors. Videography by Ilona Brand. Photography by Filip Wolak.