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Xchange Streaming and Audio/Sound Art Archive

radio.jpge-lab/rixc/riga has re-made the Xchange website. Check it out:

Xchange is a pioneering streaming audio and sound art project on the Internet. It was launched in 1997 by Riga based artists group E-LAB (Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits, Jaanis Garancs) in collaboration with various other emerging net.radio initiatives from all over the world. The Xchange mailinglist for information exchange and communication was started in December 1997. The Xchange community reached its’ highest activity in 1998 and 1999 – when the most dynamic experiments with collaborative streaming possibilities took place during X-Open Channel sessions. Co-sessions were facilitated by E-LAB net.radio Ozone weekly webcast-programmes, during which live stream loops were created for connecting two and more participants from different locations of the network. In 1998 Xchange project received the PRIX Ars Electronica “Award of Distinction” in the net.category. Continue reading


Jul 24, 2009
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Live Stage: Non Stop Music Planet [fr Paris + online]

background.jpgNon Stop Music Planet (NSMP) – 24h of live music performances following the world time belt :: May 30-31; noon to noon (GMT+2 _ Paris-F) :: Call for Participation — Deadline: May 27.

Artists, performers, musicians, concert venues, radios, and entertainers are invited to participate by broadcasting sound & video content into the NSMP festival using DIY streaming technologies. The contents will then be broadcast on 3 screens at Point Ephémère – Paris-F (mixed by several guest directors / cinematographers). The stream will also be available online. Non Stop Music Planet is an opportunity to: Continue reading


May 22, 2009
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Live Stage: Locustream Audio Tardis [hk Hong Kong]

2008_hearring_1.jpgLocustream Audio Tardis — performance by Jérôme Joy :: Around Sound Festival :: April 30, 2009; 6:00 – 8:00 pm :: On the rooftop (14/F) of the Foo Tak Building, Wan Shai Hong Kong.

Locustream audio Tardis is an imaginary journey between various open mikes of the Locustream project, initiated by the Locus Sonus lab. All the sounds that are heard are transmitted live from the distant locations where volunteers taking part in the project have set up microphones which permanently stream their chosen soundscape via the web. By switching from stream to stream the audience hear the cyclical sequence which are successively played. A simple video-image showing the name of the location and of the streamer is projected during each sequence. Streams from: Marseille, Dakar, Boston, Amsterdam, Reykjavik, Solleftea, Paris, Les Lilas, Vesinet, Nice, Qu bec, Chicago, Lagos etc. Continue reading


Apr 29, 2009
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Live Stage: Tribute to “Electronic Poem” [fr online]

ancel_04_final.jpg1958 – 2008: from Philips Pavilion to Explorer ArtTribute to “Electronic Poem” by Le Corbusier, Xenakis, and Varèse by Franck Ancel, Vincent Epplay, and Derrick Giscloux :: October 26, 2008; 6:00 – 7:00 pm :: La Tourette to Internet (streaming link to be posted here).

“Electronic poem” was conceived during the World Fair of Brussels, closed the last weekend of the fair in October 1958. The “Electronic poem” was a multimedia projection in the fleeting Philips House that Le Corbusier and Xenakis built the same period the Convent of the Tourette*, and Ancel will attempt to evoke the exploration of a numerical poetry from this same building. After celebrating under this contextual form last year … Ancel will light up these historic passages in art while connecting them in the big tradition of the video performances from the time of Dan Graham. Continue reading


Oct 21, 2008
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Novi_sad on TouchRadio

novi_budapest.jpgDramazon is a new audio track by Novi_sad on TouchRadio. A droney journey in the jungle. Elegiac and mournful tones with subtlety and elegant roughness. Immersive birds in pain…

The whole piece is based on field recordings from: Mamori Lake, Amazonia, Brazil; Alphios Bridge, Ancient Olympia, Greece; Vibrations from the bridge which connects Denmark with Sweden; A bottling plant in operation and hydrophone recordings from Mamori Lake. Also used were sounds and notes from a church organ. Output signals have been manipulated and electronically treated. Continue reading


Apr 16, 2008
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Multiplace – Network Culture Festival [sk Slovak Republic]

event-pic-388-1bg.jpgMultiplace Network Culture Festival #7telematic networking, imaginary broadcasting, experimental mobility :: April 26 – May 3, 2008 :: CALL FOR ENTRIES – Deadline: February 29, 2008.

Multiplace 2008 invites artists and cultural workers to submit events / performances / installations / ideas of a networked character, such as online performances, streaming and radio projects, collaborative networked projects and workshops, or the works accessing the networks within a physical location, urban space or between remote venues. Use of digital technologies is not a crucial requirement.

Submitted projects will be proposed to participating venues and organisers. These will assist in providing the infrastructure (technical equipment, internet connection, material, staff, etc) for the project (if needed). Continue reading


Feb 19, 2008
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Live Stage: Multimodal Streamed Live [nl Rotterdam]

30400-500-375.jpgTest_Lab: Multimodal – Featuring Arjen Mulder (NL), Sissel Tolaas (N), Tom Froese (UK), Graham Smith (CDN), Ulf Langheinrich (A), and Sietske Klooster (NL) :: February 21, 2008, 8:00 pm :: V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012XL, Rotterdam :: Streamed live [Requires Real Player].

Although technological innovation in art and media has greatly enhanced the ways in which artworks can stimulate our senses, this innovation predominantly concerns the same few sensory modalities, and only rarely aims at supporting the integration between them. Recent artistic Research and Development (aRt&D) has, however, made great progress in developing methods for multimodal art; enhancing the sensorial richness of art and media experiences in integrated ways. Continue reading


Feb 18, 2008
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Live Stage: Stream on You [be Brussels + online]

stream.jpgStream on You – Stream de ToiStreaming and the Practices of Collaborative Network Performance :: February 15-17, 2008 :: iMAL, Center for Digital Cultures and Technology, 30 Quai des Charbonnages / Koolmijnenkaii 30, 1080 Brussels.

Live and online performances February 16 (join us): 21:00 (CET), aether :: 22:30 (CET), Avatar Orchestra Metaverse :: February 17: 15:00 – 20:00, nocinema :: and all the week-end session of Le PlacardBxl. Continue reading


Feb 13, 2008
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A Call for Streams from ((NOMUSIC))

nomus.png((NOMUSIC))” :: a call for streams :: NOPLACARD ::a call for streams *noplacard* is a mix in between the (((NOMUSIC))) festival and the La Menagerie de Verre during the Economie0 event.

In the idea of a mix between both festivals for a 24 hour period, there will be a double stream with distant musicians playing together as in the recent (((NOMUSIC))) festivals; one of these will be a local performance over headphones. The result will be available for both the audience with headphones in La Menagerie de Verre and online for distant listeners. Continue reading


Feb 11, 2008
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Net_Music_Weekly: Unidentified Sound Object

uso_live.jpgUnidentified Sound Object (U.S.O.) is an experimental electroacoustic evolving organism. It builds on cinematic scale to create an abstract theatrical experience in which electronic floes replace the traditional performer.

Born from the fusion of works by two experimental electronic musicians — Matteo Milani and Federico PlacidiU.S.O.’s sound spans highly abstract digital music, to electroacoustic music. U.S.O. develops through the exploration of elementary particles arranged and organized in clouds of discrete and punctiform events, until they compose structures of extensive polymorphic and spatial complexity. Continue reading


Jan 16, 2008
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