Video Archive 13 – Egyptian Fog
Since 2006 I have been exploring music and arts in the virtual world of Second Life as the virtual performance artist JaNa KYoMooN. Here, behind the monitor, I have met some of the most interesting people including Wizzy Gynoid who introduced me to the mysteries of Shadows and Sacred Geometry. She used my music ‘Egyptian Fog’ for a very early video of the 600 Cell Polytope. Her recent work continues to be nothing short of mind boggling and hopefully there will be more collaborative hi-res videos to post one day.
Video Archive 10 – The Red MooN Here’s one of the many videos set to ‘The Red MooN’ – a simple piano waltz.
The machinima of Deception Digital shows a glimpse of the possibilities that exist in a virtual dimension … something I’ve been exploring since 2006 by performing in virtual worlds as the virtual artist JaNa KYoMooN. DD’s machinima interpretation shows one of the many things I love about the creative arts – the different ways we can react to the same piece of music, lyric, painting, photo, film etc. – all evoking an individual response totally different from anyone else.
Video archive 2 – THe PaST THaT NeVeR WaS
Around 2006 I discovered virtual worlds and have been playing music for its creators and users ever since (In Fact I’m doing my ‘Goodbye Weekend Show’ this evening with the virtual artist JaNa KYoMooN)
This Machinima debuted at the National Portrait Gallery in 2014 celebrating 100 years of Electronic music as part of the Noise Of Art event. It is a virtual duet with Daphne Oram using her stem ‘Wool’ which was made available in 2012 for the Science Museum OraMix Project choreographed by Medora Chevalier and captured by Pia Klaar. Dedicated to all musical explorers of THe iLLuSioN oF ReaLiTY!