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Live Stage: Telematic Performance: What’s wrong with the world? [uk London/Rio]

wwwwwebstretch.jpgSTATION HOUSE OPERA: WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE WORLD? :: Until Sunday 4 May 2008 :: Tues – Sat 11pm (8pm Sunday) :: Soho Theatre Bar, London W1 :: Tickets 0870 429 6883 or book online :: Tickets £5

From Soho to Rio: What’s wrong with the world? is a unique event performed in real time across two continents.

Combining live performance in Soho’s theatre bar with real time video links from both London and Rio, What’s wrong with the world? takes the distance between the two cities and uses it to create a third, surprisingly intimate location where performers in London mingle, merge and collide with their counterparts in Rio. Continue reading


Apr 30, 2008
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Live Stage: Resident Show at LEMUR [us Brooklyn, NY]

cropped1.jpgApril ReSiDeNt Show: New Works, New Instruments, New Artists :: Featuring new works by Dafna Naphtali, Andrew Schneider and Simon Morris :: at LEMURplex, 461 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, between 9th & 10th Streets :: Friday, May 2nd :: 8 pm – 11 pm :: $5 at the door

Dafna Naphtali is a sound-artist and improviser-composer from an eclectic musical background. As singer/guitarist/electronic-musician she performs and composes using custom sound processing of voice and other instruments. Besides her composing and improvised projects, she co-leads the digital chamber punk ensemble What is it Like to be a Bat? with Kitty Brazelton (http://www.whatbat.org) and has collaborated/performed with Lukas Ligeti, David First, Joshua Fried, Continue reading


Apr 30, 2008
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Live Stage: SETH CLUETT: Doleros [us Brooklyn, NY]

dscn2754_800px.jpg Seth Cluett:: Doleros (audio tourism at ringing rocks) :: MAY 10, 17, 24, 31 Saturdays 2-8 PM :: Opening Reception: MAY 10, 6-8 PM :: Free :: Diapason gallery for sound and intermedia :: 882 Third Avenue (between 32nd and 33rd Street), Brooklyn, NY 11232 :: subway: D, M, N, R to 36th St/4th Avenue :: 718.499.5070 ::

Ringing Rocks Park, PA

Doleros is an 8-channel surround sound installation that reconstructs the experience of audio tourism at Ringing Rocks Park, a popular boulder field in rural Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Featuring the largest diabase (dolerite) deposit in North America, Ringing Rocks Park offers visitors the opportunity to explore the sonic qualities of the geologic detritus, which produces different ringing qualities when struck. Continue reading


Apr 28, 2008
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Live Stage: Listening Post [uk London]

listeningpost.jpgListening Post :: May 13, 6.00 – 9.00 pm :: at the 3rd Takeway festival :: The Dana Centre, 165 Queen’s Gate, South Kensington. London.

A Special Viewing and Question and Answer session via Satellite link with Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin the artists behind the Listening Post installed for one year in the Science Museum. The session will provide valuable access to the artists and help visitors to the festival to engage with the theoretical discourses that have grown up around this important piece. Continue reading


Apr 28, 2008
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Lucas Kuzma: The Ecstasy of Communication

inst_a.jpgIn a typical neural network application, layers of simulated neurons are used to compute an output based on some input. The Ecstacy of Communication explodes the network to a human scale, both in terms of space and in terms of time. The result is a spatially-situated conflation of neural network and swarm intelligence, a population of sound-making devices interacting with each other and the sounds in their environment. Our focus shifts to the very activity of the network; the generative process itself becomes the art.

See movie: http://machinatus.net/tec/tec_240.mov Continue reading


Apr 28, 2008
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Live Stage: Raster-Noton [us Cambridge, MA]

300_signal.jpgRASTER-NOTON SHOWCASE — SIGNAL + solo sets by Alva Noto, Frank Bretschneider, and Byetone :: May 15, 2008; 9:00 pm :: Middlesex Lounge, 315 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA.

SIGNAL is a Raster-Noton supergroup, featuring Carsten Nicolai (aka Alva Noto), Olaf Bender (aka Byetone), and Frank Bretschneider. The trio performs intense, hypnotic music to a spectacular backdrop of graphical information that reveals the complex geometry of the sounds in play. Continue reading


Apr 28, 2008
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Tonewheels Workshop [de Dortmund]

wav_400pix02.jpgTONEWHEELS:: Workshop with Derek Holzer (USA) :: HMKV in the PHOENIX Halle, Dortmund ::Hochofenstr. / Ecke Rombergstr. Dortmund-Hoerde
May 29 – June 1, 2008 (Thu – Sun) :: Max. 15 participants, in English :: Registration until May 22, 2008 at info@hmkv.de or Tel +49 – 231 – 823 106

In the framework of “Waves -The Art of the Electromagnetic Society”, HMKV in the PHOENIX Halle Dortmund, May 10 – June 29, 2008, opening: Friday, May 9, 2008, 19:00, www.hmkv.de

Tonewheels is an experiment in converting graphical imagery to sound, inspired by some of the pioneering twentieth-century electronic music inventions. Continue reading


Apr 28, 2008
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Call for Sound:Space 2008 [uk Bracknell]

ss2008web.jpgSound:Space – Call for Submissions:An exciting opportunity has risen to exhibit at Atrium and the Atrium Projection Space at South Hill Park (Ringmead, Bracknell RG12 7PA, United Kingdom) as part of the Sound:Space season on 20 September – 9 November 2008. We invite proposals from visual and digital artists exploring the field of sound art and the representation of sound. We welcome proposals for both moving image/sound and wall-based work.

The Atrium is one of our busiest exhibition spaces and is used by a wide range of South Hill Park visitors. The space also combines a café and a lounge area and we are particularly interested in site-specific works for the space.
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Apr 28, 2008
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Net_Music_Weekly: Regurgitated Monologues

garrett-phelan-radio.jpg[Image: Garrett Phelan] Garrett Phelan works and lives in Dublin, Ireland. In recent years Phelan has focussed his practice on extensive explorations into the formation of opinion and the absolute present, particularly manifested through independent FM radio transmission projects, drawing, video, photography and web based projects in both gallery and non gallery environments.

At what point will common sense prevail, 26 sound works to be presented for a 5 year period, was commissioned by the Lewis Glucksman Gallery and curated by René Zechlin. It marks the second phase of a series of projects exploring the formation of opinion; it deals with how cognition occurs in conversation, discussion or debate. Continue reading


Apr 24, 2008
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pure:dyne News + pure:dyne for everyone

puredyne.jpgpure:dyne News – Who is pure:dyne for? pure:dyne is for everyone! pure:dyne has been adopted by artists, schools, media arts centers and their local communities as a common, complete GNU / Linux platform for Free / Libre / Open Source Software (FLOSS) art production and education. pure:dyne is used by communities across Europe and the world for recording and manipulating sound, making live visuals, creating interactive media in installations, and more.

Through pure:dyne for everyone, pure:dyne will reach out to more people – noobs, artists, local users – in a year-long programme of system development, documentation, user support and special public events with partnering media arts centers across the UK. Continue reading


Apr 22, 2008
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Networked_Music_Review (NMR) is a research blog that focuses on emerging networked musical explorations.

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