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  Semiconductor

artists’ statement

Semiconductor’s finely crafted digital work is combined with analogue processes that tailor the nuances and randomness within computer systems. Presented as fictional documentaries, these works are set in the future, as histories yet to be considered. Their films, surround sound installations, and online works have been screened in galleries, festivals and biennials worldwide. They also produce live Sound Film works which they perform at multimedia festivals and events.

Domestic E.M.I. is an online interactive acoustic diagram that explores areas of domestic interference: including vibrations and atmospheric disturbances through the action of man and earthly phenomenon. It uses external links as a resource of information, which relate to the interactive journeys through sound and vibration. The external links become part of the fictions the landscapes portray.

The main navigational area is constructed in Flash, utilising action script for specific sound and visual interaction, where the objects respond to the actual waveform.

Domestic E.M.I. was produced by Semiconductor for their artist's residency at the exhibition, The origin of painting by Disinformation, which took place at Fabrica in Brighton, UK, in 2001.