In 2008 Jonathan Shohet and I designed a website for Israeli composer Aviya kopleman. http://www.aviyakopelman.com/ Kopelman had generously allowed me to use her original music in my graduation project called Helena and I’ve been following her music ever since. We rarely design websites but the opportunity to create visual accompaniment to this wonderful body of work was a temptation we could not resist. Shortly after we designed this website Kopelman went on to win the Kronos Quartet “Under 30 competition. She has since been commissioned to compose another piece for the famous ensemble, which was also performed in Carnegie Hall. Aviya is one of the most passionate and sincere artists it has been my privilege to know. She is very curious and open to possible collaboration with visual artists as well as contemporary musicians. Apart from at aviyakopelman.com you can read up on her current work at in her blog at http://aviyakopelman.wix.com/aviyakopelman#!turquoise/ck0q
This is a clip of a few of the images and transitions we created for Kopelman’s website:
recently uploaded I really short clip of the video projections used in the performance of helena.