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Live Stage: MuSE | Internet Radio [it online + Italy] invites you to TCPC #9 :: October 2-4, 2009; 12:00 pm :: On-Line: and On-Site: Palazzolo Acreide, Italy and Amsterdam, Netherlands. Contact.

The main goal of The 9th edition of the TCPC (Too much Coffee Too less Brain) is to update the MuSE software, an easy to use application for GNU/Linux and OSX, completely free, that lets you make your own Internet Radio.

MuSE exists since more than 8 years and its used world-wide to approach radio-making, especially because of its speed (works on old computers) and intuitiveness. It is one of the few 100% free alternatives to absolve the task. Continue reading

Sep 26, 2009
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Live Stage: Expo Leeds [uk Leeds]

leeds.jpgExpo Leeds :: September 25 – 28, 2009 :: Presented by Sound and Music and MAAP :: For locations in Leeds, see map.

Expo is the UK’s largest annual FREE festival of sound art and experimental music. Expo Leeds is an extended weekend of people enjoying, creating, playing, sharing, experiencing, discovering and listening to sonic art. Includes: Christina Kubisch: Magnetic Consumer and Electrical Walks; Nick Rothwell & Lewis Sykes: Peal: A Virtual Campiles; Expo Youth and Tom Betts; Paul Rooney and more. For the full schedule, go here. Continue reading

Sep 4, 2009
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Live Stage: Noise=Noise [uk London]

Curated by Ryan Jordan, NOISE=NOISE presents The Basement Series every Wednesday throughout August :: The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St, London EC2A :: Starts August 5, 2009 7:00 p.m. :: free!!!

Noise=Noise, Goldsmiths London, 18 March 2009 from macumbista on Vimeo.

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Jul 31, 2009
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Live Stage: New Media in the White Cube and Beyond [us NYC]

book.jpgA reception celebrating the release of New Media in the White Cube and Beyond: Curatorial Models for Digital Art” :: July 21, 2009; 5:30 – 8:00 pm :: Eyebeam, 540 W. 21st St., NYC :: Free.

Join us for New Media in the White Cube and Beyond (UC Press), edited by Christiane Paul, Whitney Museum Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts. Christiane, along with three of the book’s contributing writers, Carol Stringari (Guggenheim Museum), Steve Dietz (01SJ), and Eyebeam research partner/alum Sarah Cook (CRUMB) will be in attendance.

The reception also marks the closing of Eyebeam’s Summer School inaugural Curatorial Masterclass.

Jul 20, 2009
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Play Me, I’m Yours: London 2009

pian.jpgStreet pianos are appearing in cities across the world. Located in skate parks, industrial estates, laundrettes, precincts, bus shelters and train stations, outside pubs and football grounds, the pianos are for any member of the public to enjoy and claim ownership of.

This summer 30 pianos will appear in London and London City. Who plays them and how long they remain is up to each community. The pianos act as sculptural, musical, blank canvases that become a reflection of the communities they are embedded in. Many pianos are personalised and decorated. You can find maps of the locations in London and London City at: Continue reading

Jul 15, 2009
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Live Stage: Raster Noton: The Shop [us NYC]

raster.jpgRaster Noton: The Shop — with a special performance by Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto) and Olaf Bender (Byetone) :: Opening: May 26, 2009; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: e-flux, 41 Essex Street, New York City.

Raster Noton’s investigations into sound frequencies and sequences are principally developed in the field of music, but often cross over into the visual arts. Using digital signal processing as their primary medium (often in combination with moving images and graphics) the label’s many releases and live performances explore minimal, modular, and concrete approaches to the structure of sound and its possibilities for being activated and manipulated as a material form. “While their late 20th century forebears applied the aesthetics of processes and mechanisms from manufacturing and industry to their craft, so many of the Raster Noton label’s publications emulate the unseen operations and transactions of our era – the flow of information.” (davidz) Continue reading

May 20, 2009
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Live Stage: Active Radio [ca + Italy + online]

Wi: The Journal of Mobile MediaActive Radio … Launch and Demo :: April 7, 2009; 11:00 am – 1:00 pm :: Simultaneous Broadcast**: MONTREAL: Department of Communication Studies C-Pod Space, Room CJ 2.192; and Concordia University–Loyola Campus, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West; TORONTO: Mobile Media Lab at York University, 217 York Lanes; BOLOGNA: Marconi Foundation.

Active Radio focuses on the role and place of Active Radio. The concept of active radio comes from Jean Laurendeau’s french-language biography of Maurice Martenot — inventor of les Ondes Martenot. This early electronic musical instrument (1928) produces its sound through the interaction of two radio waves. Continue reading

Apr 1, 2009
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Taina Riikonen [uk London]

improv.jpgCreative Research in Sound Arts Practice invites you to the following seminar exploring Aspects of Current Research
into Improvisation and Performance
; a short performance by the Ecosonic Ensemble featuring the Ouija Board will be followed by a discussion lead by the specially invited guest speaker Taina Riikonen, Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Sibelius Academy in Finland :: March 18, 2009; 4:00 pm :: Performance Laboratory, M108, Media Block, London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle.

The discussions will explore some of the following areas: the roles of instruments (acoustic/ electronic/ mixed) as cultural and material producers of musical interaction; the sonic and verbal definition processes of authorities in the improvisation; the different fine-textured nuances of embodied communication in rehearsal/ performance processes; embodiment, collective authorities and electronics. Continue reading

Mar 18, 2009
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Live Stage: Music, Language, Thought [us NYC]

musiclanguage.jpgMusic, Language, Thought :: February 28, 2009; 10:00 am -5:00 pm :: New York University, Silver Center of Arts and Science, 100 Washington Square East, Department of Music, Room 220, 2nd Floor (Enter at Washington Place Doors).

Music, Language, Thought is a new interdisciplinary event series organized by graduate students within New York University’s Music and Comparative Literature Departments. Broadly speaking, the series focuses on the relationship between music and language, and our speakers will examine its theoretical ramifications for politics, aesthetics and historiography. The project stems from ongoing conversation and collaboration between graduate students within these two departments, and will continue on an annual basis. Continue reading

Feb 23, 2009
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Live Stage: MIXER: EXPO [us NYC]

n52811698965_5528.jpgMIXER: EXPOEyebeam presents an alternate “World’s Fair” with airborne surveillance balloons, guerrilla media towers, and computerized prayer booths :: March 6 and 7, 2009; 9:00 pm – 2:00 am (Installations on March 7, Noon – 6:00 pm) :: Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

MIXER, Eyebeam’s quarterly event series dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live audiovisual performance, interactive and participatory art, will present its fifth iteration. Using the World’s Fair as the framework, Eyebeam will transform its rugged warehouse space into a temporary village of utopian pavilions for a two-night extravaganza. Continue reading

Feb 22, 2009
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