Flowers for Algorithm

Created by Noah Keesecker, May 2011.

Flowers for Algorithm is a collection of seven audio-visual allegories.  Each allegory tells a small tale about the user experience.  In their simplest form these allegories are physical corporeal analogs to what is often referred to as virtual.   They steal from the profound and give to the trivial.  They are first person stories, they are about you and you are the author.

Noah Keesecker is a composer, multimedia artist and idea-guy.  In addition to his purely musical compositions he makes video, dance, text, performance art, interactive installation and animation.   His works have been programmed and performed on concerts and at festivals throughout the United States and Europe.  In 2008 he was the recipient of a McKnight Composer Fellowship.

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