Data Sonifications: Abstracting the circle

Data-driven album cover series 2019-21

Beginning in 2019, the production of twelve album covers for a Berlin-based record company was characterised by an organic, reactive production. A list of songs produced by one artist became the starting point for each cover. The arc of the translation process was triggered by a habitual listening period, with the songs being played throughout mundane moments of the day.

The most resonant track was then chosen as an ambassador for the album – the selection an almost unconscious act. The next step in the process was visualisation, which invariably featured the circle shape as a central motif. The radial formation for each album cover drew from two inspirations – the elements existing in architecture (stained glass windows, domes, arches), and the natural phenomena that occupy the celestial skies (astronomical elements such as planets and galaxies formations).

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Visualising Victorian News Exhibition at British Library

Visualising Victorian News Exhibition at British Library

Necessity

Necessity

Transference of sound data into visuality: fine art prints

Thresho – Ross From Friends

Thresho – Ross From Friends

Data-driven sonification

Trial and Error EP

Trial and Error EP

Data-driven album cover

Lyrics to live by 2022

Lyrics to live by 2022

Music-driven data paintings

Something In Common EP

Something In Common EP

Data-driven album cover

Flageolet EP

Flageolet EP

Data-driven album cover

Severe EP

Severe EP

Data-driven album cover

Terra Incognita

Terra Incognita

data-driven album cover

Path Integral V

Path Integral V

Data-driven wine label

RĀ EP

RĀ EP

Data-driven album cover

Let The Mystery Be EP

Let The Mystery Be EP

Data-driven album cover

Saint Is

Saint Is

Data-driven cassette cover

Path Integral IV

Path Integral IV

Data-driven album cover