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From 1980 to 1986, Steve Heimbecker explored traditional channels of artistic creation: drawing, painting, sculpture and music. From 1987 to 1991, he additionally embraced audio art, sound art, kinetic sculpture, installation, performance and art punk (bands). From 1992 to 2000, he expanded his work to include concepts of immersion by designing multi-channel sound productions and audio-visual installation environments. This work included the development of unique synchronized audio mapping and cartography concepts together with multi-channel sound recording techniques and the creation of large scale multi-channel presentation systems (mechanical, electronic, translation and transduction). From 2001 to 2008, Heimbecker continued his mapping immersion research, designing higher resolution networked and synchronized data and audio recording and parametric delivery systems of natural kinetic energy such as the wave patterns of the wind and the omni-vibrational spaces of our living world. Since 2009, he has worked in his Montreal studio, developing content, experience, technique and intuition toward the execution and perception of 3D audio-visual immersion within proprioceptive and cognitive domains. He is currently working on several multi-channel immersion productions, alternative text /musical scores and node concepts related to rhizome diffusion structure. Steve Heimbecker has presented his award winning art works, compositions, productions and concepts at Museums, Galleries, Festivals, Universities, Conferences, art centres and clubs across Canada, Europe, in Peru, and New York, NY.

Heimbecker Steve Heimbecker, Montreal, Canada


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