TV Circuits is an audiovisual installation made of a feedback loop between a camera and a television. The installation consists of two units, each with a camera and television. TV Circuits plays with the unpredictability of feedback, the translation from image to sound and the reaction between different mediums. Where the installation reacts to itself like a machine, a coherent composition arises from the two sets, as if they were two individuals.
The camera is mounted on a stepper motor and moves in a random pattern. Grid-like patterns are created by modifications to the video signal. The electromagnetic field of the televisions is collected, which creates a soundscape that is linked to the image. By using two units, a combined composition is created.