Memory Tape

American psychologist, Lewis, Dember, Schefft and Radenhausen determined the effects of music versus videos on several assessments of mood.  The study found that songs had a major impact on mood, yet the videos did not.  Music that was rated positively increased participant’s positive moods. It was exactly the opposite for negative (sad music).

Memory Tape experiments auditory perception of people while they are enjoying visual artwork especially video. During the open collaboration, people are invited to see silent video and allowed them to respond the video by sound (scoring); music, tone, noise,experimental sound, conversation, etc. Not surprisingly, different people with different music preference interpret various output of sound.

Open Collaboration August 26 – September 5, 2015
Public Presentation September 6 – 13, 2015 at Lir Space