interdisciplinary artist | composer | performer

Category: Intermedia

  • Mud Season

    Mud Season

    About: About Mud Season Mud Season is an audiovisual performance that incorporates hand-drawn animations, interactive video and sound. The work travels under the Spring moons as snow melts revealing what is hidden underneath. A celebration of growth, the performance includes a creature emerging from the mud, an explosion of rainbows and an expanding orb of…

  • Mythos (Know Thyself)

    Mythos (Know Thyself)

    Mythos (Know Thyself) from Sean Clute on Vimeo. About Know Thyself (γνῶθι σεαυτόν) is an audiovisual performance in which interpretations of Greek mythology are improvised. The work can be divided into three parts including Know Thyself, Greek Dancer, and Towards Kefalonia. During the solo performance, the audience is witness to a hybrid of resampled iconic…

  • Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #2)

    Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #2)

    Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #2) from Sean Clute on Vimeo. About Intermedia performance group Double Vision (directed by myself and Pauline Jennings) presented a large-scale event exploring simultaneity, chaos, and rule-based interaction through dance, music, video, art and technology as part of ArtSFest. Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl encouraged the audience…

  • Disembodied Head

    Disembodied Head

    Disembodied Head from Sean Clute on Vimeo. About Disembodied Head is an intermedia performance series that utilized new technologies and performance in varied ways to look at the separation anxiety and desires of the body and mind at moments of disconnect. The work examines what happens when the natural connection of the mind and body…

  • Circles (excerpt)

    Circles (excerpt)

    Circles from Sean Clute on Vimeo. About Circles is an interactive performance created in collaboration with intermedia group DOUBLE VISION and the University of Arizona Schools of Music and Dance. During the event, dancers interacted with IR-sensors networked to computers running custom audio-video software. The mapping of the dancers’ movements therefore provided data to create…