A Tale of 10.000 cities
A Tale of 10.000 cities is a script that generates many possible movies written with code, sound and architecture about human experiences of inhabiting cities.
Architecture is used as a material, an alphabet with which a language is constructed. Code is incorporated into the structure of the stories, it becomes its grammar. This project is about what happens when a language is hybridised with another.
The video installation is a spatial translation of the project, in which you never visit the city of the person sitting next to you.
Hover over the images to play a variation of city
Barbara (1972). La Ligne Droite [song].
Fairuz (2010). Fe Amal [song].
Moustaki, George (1972). La Ligne Droite [song].
Raphael (2010). Je détruis tout [song].
Randa Chahal, Randa (1999). A Civilised People.
The platform used is Processing.org
The voices were generated using ResembleAI