Category Archives: PERFORMANCES

Artificial Stupidity | Servando Barreiro

Artificial Stupidity In this times in which terms like artificial intelligence or artificial life are arising and settling  into different technological fields such as automotive or robotised telephonic assistance, It’s good to take a a look back to this terms from a different perspective and realise first that we still don’t fully understand how a simple plant of our garden

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The noiser / Fetveit / H220

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Sublunary Echo performance | Sabina Ahn

Sublunary Echo performance Sublunary Echo is an interactive installation that uses bioluminescent phytoplankton (P. fusiformis) as a material. This piece makes a feedback loop between natural elements, humans and machines, alluding to the symbiotic relationship and cycle with a different type of energy. Spectators are invited to a space that can interact with living light particles and explore the sound

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THE PIRATE CINEMA | Nicolas Maigret, Brendan Howell

THE PIRATE CINEMA, 2012-2014 The hidden activity and geography of real-time peer-to-peer file sharing via BitTorrent is revealed in The Pirate Cinema, a live performance by Nicolas Maigret and Brendan Howell. In their monitoring room, omnipresent telecommunications surveillance gains a global face, as the artists plunder the core of restless activity online, revealing how visual media is consumed and disseminated across

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Fields | Tim Shaw, Sébastien Piquemal

Fields In this performance we present Fields, a networked system exploring new areas of musical performance and spatialised sound through the use of audience’s mobile devices as a medium for sound diffusion. Offering both a new technological approach to sound diffusion and an alternative way for audiences to participate in performances, Fields opens up unique forms of engagement within live

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LogforData_Connection | Jean-Francois Blanquet

LogforData_Connection, like the title of the film french connection by William Friedkin, DATA traffic! With prepared audio tapes of encoded texts and a setup of tape players , Jean-francois Blanquet mixes and composes a sound piece with the different sonorities of code, which still contain meaning. The texts produced by Jean-François Blanquet are about a second civilization which took place

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WM_EX10 WM_A28 TCM_200DV BK26 | Stefan Tiefengraber

WM_EX10 WM_A28 TCM_200DV BK26 is a noise performance where sound and video are generated through short circuits the artist produces with his wet fingers on opened devices. The skin’s resistance and the conductance of the human body combined with the components of the circuits are modifying the sound. The audio signal that is audible through the speakers is sent to

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High bitch | SCREAMING IT

High bitch A spatial sculptural sound scenario more or less.   photo credit: Aleks Slota / Licia Londini   BIO SCREAMING IT a collaboration between Dr. Nexus and Greta Christensen (DK) https://screaming-it.bandcamp.com/   Dr. Nexus is world wide well known for his punk ass attitude which pretty much already there describes his approach on “music”. DIY electronic stuff such “ass” devises and

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TANTO | André Damião

TANTO is a network live coding audio visual piece inspired by the aesthetics of Bring your Own Beamer (BYOB) events. The elements which define TANTO are the characteristics of the software building blocks developed for the performance — that enable performers to exchange visual code during the composition — a lot of computers — each computer needs a sound and visual

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Three Mixers | Tijs Ham

Three Mixers is a live electronics performance which combines the expressive sonic landscapes of feedback mixers with digital processing in SuperCollider. The setup takes its inspiration form the classic DJ rig, two sources of sound on the sides and a mixer in the middle. But instead of turntables, the soundsources are modified feedbacking mixers, combining no-input and circuitbending techniques. The sounds

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