Antonio Biermann (DE)
Using an electronic device and especially its own electronic noise, is the concept of the dirty_video_audio_mixer. Consisting of circuitry, inductors, switches, sensors and of course potentiometers, all mounted on plexiglass, makes it possible to produce strange video signals. This tool, created by Antonio Biermann / nosync, captures the electro magnetic fields of a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube), transforms these into a noisy sound and routes this sound back into the video input of the CRT. The result is, what you see is what you hear.
Since 2008 Antonio Biermann attends the Berlin University of the Arts, one year later he found his way into New Media and the first impressive video installation at the Kunsthalle Bremerhaven in Germany was made. In 2010, the New Media artist received a stipend from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. At SAIC, Antonio focused on realtime video processing and he worked with the unique Sandin Image Processor. To deepen this experiences Antonio works now with LoVid in New York City. During his researches and practical applications of New Media, Antonio Biermann built his own video and audio mixer and loves to perform with it under the name nosync.
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