an atonal composition
Transience is an interactive, experimental Flash composition based on different text, sound and music components created by Agricola de Cologne.
Both the creator and user are or become composers of sensual perceptions on different levels. Confronted with essential questions of human destination and while acting through the artistic environment the user starts creating a virtual sculpture consisting of images, associations and processes on different levels.
The work is developed according the principle of SAMAC
(Simultaneous Associative Media Art Composing) which describes Agricola’s individual way of experimental electronic writing: words, sound, images, animation, music and voice performance are developed simultaneously –depending on each other – in one long single process.
Voice and sound performance by Agricola de Cologne.
The movie is developed in Flash, directed and produced by Agricola de Cologne.
Year of production: 2001
Format : Flash/HTML, Windows Projector
Aspect ratio: 1000×700 pix
Exhibition format: Internet, DVD
Sound/music: Agricola de Cologne
Director, producer, editor, script/concept, cinematography, programming: Agricola de Cologne
Copyright © 2001 by Agricola de Cologne. All rights reserved
Note: It is highly recommended to use a fast computer device and broadband Internet connection, as DSL.
*Links/Ligacoes Conference and Prize OPORTO (Portugal) 2001
*Net_working – Exhibition at Watershed Media Centre Bristol (UK) and
*4th International Conference on Modern Technology and Processes for Art, Media and Design, Bangkok (Thailand) 2001
*Art on the Net – Postcagian Interactive Sounds (Japan) – 2001
*4th International Meeting of Experimental Poetry Buenos Aires (Argentina) 2001
*THAW 02 – film, video, digital and sound festival – Iowa City (USA) 2002
*COOP Media Festival – Museum of Contemporary Art Bucaresti (Romania) 2002
*Free Manifesta/Manifesta 4 – Kunstverein Frankfurt (Germany) 2002
*e-magic – cybermedia events – 43th International Filmfestival Thessaloniki (Greece) 2002
*(6th) Media Arts Festival, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography 2002
*PEAM 2003 – Electronic Art Festival 2003 Pescara/Italy