Emotional Distance is an Audio/Visual performance in collaboration with AOF using GCe prototypes. Programmed using MaxMSP/Jitter, and performed in real time. How do we create meaningful performance in modern electronic music? As technology becomes more advanced, how do we move away from our computer screens and relate to the process of creation in new and interesting ways? “Emotional Distance” is an audio-visual performance piece that explores the relationship between live music, images, and those who interact with them. Using handmade gesture-driven controllers and Max/Msp, the two performers create an experience in which sound affects image, image affects sound and each of the controllers are in turn affected by each other, creating a unique performance experience in which the two performers are as dependent on each other as the audio and visuals are.