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Open Call for Projects: Piksel13 [no Bergen]

pixel.jpgPiksel is an international event for artists and developers working with Free/Libre and Open Source technologies in artistic practice. It is organized in Bergen, Norway,and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas,coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free technologies, free culture & art.

For the exhibition and other parts of the program Piksel currently seeks projects in the following categories:

1. Installations: Projects to be included in the exhibitions.The works must be realized by the use of free and open source technologies. Continue reading

Aug 4, 2013
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Live Stage: Tribute to Marianne Amacher [us Cambridge, MA]

maryanneamacher_250×345.jpgIntelligent Life :: The Second Tribute to Commemorate Electroacoustic Pioneer Marianne Amacher :: Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 4–9 p.m. :: MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology – ACT Cube, 20 Ames St., Cambridge, MA ::

4–6 PM Talks by Jana Winderen, Marina Rosenfeld, and Christopher Bergevin. Moderated by Micah Silver.
7–8 PM Sonic presentation by Jana Winderen
8–9 PM Diagram/for room and phonographic loudspeaker, sonic installation by Marina Rosenfeld
Curated by Ute Meta Bauer, ACT Director

October 22, 2011, marks the second anniversary of the passing of electroacoustic pioneer and CAVS fellow Maryanne Amacher. Intelligent Life is the title of an unrealized media opera that Amacher worked on for over a decade. Continue reading

Oct 21, 2011
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Live Stage: Black Mountain College [us Asheville, NC]

images.jpegRe-Viewing Black Mountain College 3: 3rd Annual Conference: John Cage’s Circle of Influence :: October 7 – 9, 2011 :: UNC and the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Asheville, NC :: Weekend cost for the conference is $30; daily admission is $20; free for UNC Asheville faculty, students and staff ::

The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in partnership with UNC Asheville and the John Cage Trust is pleased to announce ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 3 to be held October 7 – 9, 2011, a weekend gathering of scholars, performers and artists coming to Asheville to present ideas and perform works related to avant-garde composer John Cage. The program for the weekend will include music, performances, installations, exhibitions, films and scholarly presentations, all touching on some aspect of Cage’s life, work and genius…his Circle of Influence. Continue reading

Sep 28, 2011
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Live Stage: Lecture/Presentation/Discussion by C-drík Fermont [de Berlin]

188022_171307832923837_1094252_n.jpgLecture/Presentation/Discussion by C-drík Fermont :: on history of experimental/electronic music in Africa and Asia :: Thursday, June 9, 2011 from 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. :: NK, Elsen str 52 2HH (second backyard) Neukoelln 12059, Berlin, Germany ::

Halim El-Dabh composed his first experimental piece in Cairo in 1944, his work can be related to other pioneers such as Luigi Russolo, John Cage, Walter Ruttmann, and Pierre Schaeffer. The official history of experimental and electronic music is mostly centered around three starting poles : Paris, Cologne, New York and then everything seems to have spread all over the Western civilization. This is what C-drík learned when he studied electro-acoustic music at the conservatory. Most contemporary media introduces us to Western electronic music as if nothing else existed, the West is self-centered and consciously or not often denies the others the right to express themselves. Continue reading

May 8, 2011
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Live Stage: Massive Light Boner [nl Amsterdam]

201009282.jpgMassive Light Boner :: featuring: Loud Objects (US), Jamie Allen’s Circuit Music (CA), Pixel Form (US), Jo Kazuhiro (JP), and Chung-Han Yao (TW) :: Talks and Presentations: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 from 17:00 – 19:00 hrs. :: at OT301 Cinema Room, OT301, Overtoom 301, Amsterdam :: Charge: E 3 :: performances: November 18, 2010, doors open at 21:30 :: at OT301, Overtoom 301. Amsterdam :: Entrance E6 ::

image: Loud Objects

The term “audio-visual” means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. The multimedia gallery installation artist and the video-jockey in a dance club have developed techniques that begin with the desire to fuse visual and audible experience. In recent and international performance practice, we recognize a move towards the use of material, non-representational approaches to this impulse. Continue reading

Nov 14, 2010
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Live Stage: Pure Data Meeting [de Berlin]

dbimage.jpegPure Data Meeting @ NK :: Tuesday, 9th November 2010, 20h00 :: at NK, Elsenstr. 52/ 2.Hinterhaus Etage 2, 12059 Berlin Neukölln :: 0049(0)17620626386 ::

Felix Pfeifer will present his work (in progress). His project aims at providing an interface for creating improvized pattern based (dance-) music live in realtime (without loading or saving). He uses the novation launchpad and a selfmade USB-MIDI interface with many knobs and sliders custom-designed for a pd patch hosting the synthsLINK

Topics: * using the launchpad with Linux; * programming the launchpad LEDs in pd; * general discussion on (self-made) interfaces; * mappings in pd Continue reading

Nov 6, 2010
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Live Stage: S.LOW PROJEKT at NK [de Berlin]

41784_138519922853529_2299_n.jpgS.LOW PROJEKT – Fifth Week ::August 12, 2010; 3:00 pm – August 13, 2010; 9:30 pm :: 91mQ, NK, Projektraum Schwarz.

S.LOW is a Berlin-based cross-disciplinary project involving 34 international and national visual artists, music composers working with electronic media, musicologists, performers, engineers, physical scientists and film-makers. The project aims to articulate synergies from such a mixed community of individuals who have been invited to respond to the concept of ‘slow’ and or ‘low ‘, in the context of the city of Berlin.

AUGUST 12, 2010: Artists Gathering :: Venue: Metropol Cafe-Bar – Landsberger Allee 62 – 10249 Berlin (map) Continue reading

Aug 9, 2010
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Live Stage: OptoSonic Tea [us Brooklyn, NY]

opto02.jpgOptoSonic Tea :: May 17, 2010; 8:00 pm :: with live sets by: Nisi Jacobs (live visuals) with Michael J. Schumacher, Suzanne Thorpe, Philip White (live sound), and Adam Kendall (live visuals and live sound) :: invited respondent/moderator: Charlie Morrow :: Diapason, 882 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY (Sunset Park).

OptoSonic Tea is a regular series of meetings dedicated to the convergence of live visuals with live sound which focuses on the visual component. These presentation-and-discussion meetings aim to explore different forms of live visuals (live video, live film, live slide projection and their variations and combinations) and the different ways they can come into interaction with live audio. Each evening features two different live visual artists or groups of artists who each perform a set with the live sound artists of their choice. Continue reading

May 10, 2010
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Live Stage: Art.on.Wires [no Oslo]

art.jpgArt.on.Wires: A Laboratory for Live and Interactive Art & Technology :: May 10 – 13, 2010; 10:00 am – 11:00 pm :: Kanonhallen, Oslo, Norway.

Art.on.Wires is an open laboratory for live and interactive art where researchers, engineers and practitioners from various fields collaborate to explore and create a new generation of media technology for artistic performances and mixed-reality spaces.

We invite choreographers, dancers, singers, actors, musicians, composers, DJs, VJs, visual artists, programmers, set designers, light engineers, sound engineers and interested researchers to join our laboratory. The four-day event will feature workshops on artistic programming tools and interactive technologies, dorkbot talks and experimental performances. Art.on.Wires takes place in an old industry hall which will be equipped with interactive technologies to serve as a space for artistic and scientific experimentation. Continue reading

Apr 30, 2010
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Ricardo Climent @ NK [de Berlin]

clement.jpgRicardo Climent :: Artist Presentation :: April 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m. :: N.K., Elsenstr. 52, 2.Hinterhaus Etage 2, 12059 Berlin Neukölln.

Ricardo Climent will discuss his new research in music composition and new media, involving the use of audio metadata and 3D game-engine software. Climent is an active music composer. He often finds in the field of music technology, original new routes and stimuli to explore and develop distinctive aspects in his music, both in the creative and performing environment. Currently, he lecturers at the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester and serves as Co-Director of the NOVARS Research Centre. Continue reading

Apr 3, 2010
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