Every two minutes, a screen grab of the frequency ink software is captured, uploaded to frequencyink.com, and was archived for the duration of the show. The following is a video of captured sound art from the first week of the show, it acts as a time-lapse video of the gallery sounds:
Soft Machine Gallery, _TECHNIFYING Exhibition, Allentown PA | 2011
Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Northampton Community College | Fall 2010
Morning Call, A Tale of Two Galleries, featuring Frequency Ink | Jan 20, 2012
Frequency Ink is a generative art project that ran for two months in busy hallways of Communication Hall at Northampton Community College. The software captured audio and drew a variable-width curve based on the volume, duration, and sounds captured 24 hours per day. The colors were generated by the most recent color palette submissions to kuler.com, so each moment, the artwork projected was generated not only by the ambient sounds in the gallery, but also by color swatch submissions from people all over the planet.