A short animated film about a young orchestra conductor struggling to control his own musical score.
Direction and Animation: Turner Gillespie
Music derived from Gustav Holst's, Jupiter, by the work of Andrew Posner
A Visualization, Animation, and Data sonification composition of Gamma-Ray Bursts presented in 4 movements.
Collaboration with Sylvia Zhu, NASA, and The Goddard Space Flight Center.
Visualization, Animation, and Sonification provide different ways to examine and interpret raw data through the senses of sight and sound. Our project combines these techniques with data from the brightest gamma-ray bursts detected by the Fermi Large Area Telescope to produce a dynamic audiovisual experience that tells the story of these events from a different perspective. In doing so, we hope to reveal the underlying essence and structure of these events in a way that cannot be shown through charts and language. It is our goal to bridge the worlds of art and science together, making both more accessible through the story of gamma-ray bursts.
Through combining elements such as audio from a NYC subway and personal photos of crowds from various locations around the world, I explore the viewpoint of the modern day security camera focusing on the individual among the masses.