recently I've been exploring automatic creation of music, in other words software which generates music automatically. I've created 12 pieces of music by the process of setting parameters for the software to do it's work and then when that's all done I monkey around with it all and so the end result is a mixture of what the software generated and what I, mere human, put into it. I call the result Cyborg Jazz.
The software I've been using is Kenji Kojima's RGB MusicLab (which converts pixels to music).
I've created these 12 works which are inspired by 12 paintings:
12 Paintings as Heard by the Eyes of the Cyborgs
01 - Cyborg Jazz – Henri Matisse - Blue Nude II
02 - Cyborg Jazz – Bridget Riley - Zing
03 - Cyborg Jazz – Francisco Goya - The Dog
04 - Cyborg Jazz - John Constable - A Storm off the Coast
05 - Cyborg Jazz – Édouard Manet - The Lemon
06 - Cyborg Jazz – Jean-Michel Basquiat - The Dingoes at the Park
07 - Cyborg Jazz – Jackson Pollock - Number Seven
08 - Cyborg Jazz – Piet Mondrian - Broadway Boogie Woogie
09 - Cyborg Jazz – Jackson Pollock - The She Wolf
10 - Cyborg Jazz – Joan Miro blue-II
11 - Cyborg Jazz – Bridget Riley - Breathe
12 - Cyborg Jazz – Max Ernst - Die Ganze Stadt