Description:

An interactive video installation based on an old surrealist parlor game. The user combines body parts set to rhythmic timing that stack together to create unique beats and stories.
Smithsonian - PaikBot Family Day

Smithsonian – PaikBot Family Day

Exquisite Motion Corpse hits the road and travels to Washington DC on May 6th for PaikBot Family Day.  This event was  part of the activities surrounding the exhibition Nam June Paik: Global Visionary at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Various Reactions to the Bodies and Beats video installation (aka Exquisite...
Bodies and Beats - Available Now!

Bodies and Beats – Available Now!

After over a year of planning and production, the bodies and beats app is finally available.  Thanks to all of our 104 backers who donated to our Kickstarter Campagin.  Without their support this app would have never happened.  Also extra big thanks to Mux Mool, Mogi Grumbes, Sun Hammer, Beautiful...
Museum of Contempoary Art in Chicago

Museum of Contempoary Art in Chicago

Exquisite Motion Corpse featured on a first Friday event at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.  The crew packed the industrial sized monitors in the car and headed to Chicago for the one night event.  Late night visitors to the museum could interact with the installation.  Photos also on...
How it Works

How it Works

Exquisite Motion Corpse is a 4-channel video installation that uses an iPad as a controller. Behind the scenes, a Mac Pro runs real-time video mixing software Resolume 4 Avenue.  This software, originally designed for VJs to mix video on fly, is the backbone of the the installation.  It controls the...
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It started with some old TVs

It started with some old TVs

It all started at SPUR Studios when Chris Sandon and Martin Thoburn were pondering some old 27″ industrial video monitors Chris had acquired from an aging A/V studio.  These antiquated things were heavy, stackable, and at one time top-of-the-line multimedia displays for trade shows.  Most people would consider such a monitor worthless today, yet the NEC...