Oh toi qui vis là-bas!
interactive video performance, 1994
Ritter: video imagery and interactive programming
improvised singing controls interactive imagery and text. The speed of
the changing screens of text and their movement are determined by the
tempo of Letarte's singing. The text and imagery slowly slide off the
bottom of the screen during periods of silence, but return when the singing
resumes. The imagery was projected to the audience through a large
video projected image above the performers.