This Art Installation of Two Clouds Hitting Says More than a Puff
For artist Mitchell Chan, two clouds hitting each other have more than a surface meaning. This seemingly relaxing video of his exhibit has more tension once given a backstory.
In his captioned version of the same video, Chan explains the two clouds disagree, but rather than creating destruction create something beautiful. "And it feels like it [the argument] doesn't really matter," Chan noted.
Accompanying the clouds is a real-time generative soundtrack. The system pulls articles from the New York Times and also creates a soundtrack to go with each headline or article.
The installation, called "Something Something National Conversation," will run at the Angell Gallery in Toronto from Dec. 10 - Jan. 7.
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