Robert Jordan – Pulse TV
Site Number: 36
Site Location: Little Smith St, next to Trippy Taco.
Artwork Title: Pulse TV
Artist: Robert Jordan
Mentor: Pierre Proske
Small electronic creatures that respond to your touch with sound and vision, creating a responsive, playable instillation.
Presented as part of the GSPF Mentorship Program 2015, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
With a degree in Animation and Interactive Media from RMIT and a Post Graduate Diploma in Performance Creation (Production, Sound) from VCA, Robert works as a videodesigner, VJ artist, composer, sound designer, AV technician and experimental electronics developer. After recently returning from a residency developing new audio/video technology at STEIM in the Netherlands, Robert is currently experimenting with a range of analog video devices.
An electronic media artist specialising in interactive installations and immersive experiences, Pierre is also the founder and director of electronic media arts organisation Media Lab Melbourne.
Proske’s work involves exposing the unspoken relationships we have with technology and harnessing machines into exploring new aesthetics. Both resisting and exploiting modern techno-utopian trends, Proske employs humour and a whiff of self-deprecation as weapons against the invasion of computer augmented realities.