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Sound Arts at South Hill Park [uk Bracknell]

sonic-arts.jpgA new season of sound art and creative technology events :: South Hill Park, Bracknell, UK :: beginning in October ::

Sound:Site – Sonic Arts Festival:: October 2, 2010 ::
Following on from the format of previous sonic arts conference events, Sound:Site presents talks and demonstrations exploring the Internet as a destination for making and showing artwork, for sharing sounds, bringing communities together, and curating sonic experiences. Sound:Site brings together a set of exciting projects from in and around the Sound Art community, framing contemporary practice and emerging online/offline possibilities.

Featuring: British Library, UK Sound Map, Patrick McGinley/Framework Radio, 9 x 5 micro-presentations, Kathy Hinde, Felicity Ford, Paul Whitty, Sonic Art Research Unit, Oxford Brookes University a.o. For more details :: http://soundandsite.wordpress.com Continue reading


Aug 31, 2010
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Live Stage: Frozen Music [us Miami]

scaffolding2-w4st.jpgScaffolding by Frozen Music l NWM2010 Afterhours:: Thursday, September 16, 2010 from 6-9 p.m. :: at the Miami Art Museum, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami :: members $5; non-members $15 :: For more information contact: RSVP@miamiartmuseum.org or 305.375.1704 ::

Scaffolding is a new three-hour long piece by Frozen Music created for Miami Art Museum in celebration of the exhibit New Work Miami 2010. In typical FM fashion, Scaffolding is designed to interact with aspects of the museum’s architecture to uncloak acoustical phenomena mostly hidden to the naked ear. This is achieved through sound projections emanating from a fifteen feet tall quadraphonic sound wall aimed at the building.

The word quadraphonic refers to four-speaker setups in a horizontal plane surrounding the listener. With Scaffolding, the members of FM reconfigure the quadraphonic-listening perspective by defining a vertical plane that can be experienced more like a tall movie screen (when listeners face it), or as projections from the building (when listeners face the museum). Continue reading


Aug 31, 2010
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Live Stage: Performance for the touch sense [de Berlin]

berlin.jpgThe pre-premiere of Performance for the touch sense (“Pièce touchée No 2”) :: Saturday, August 28, 2010 from 17.00 :: at the Tanzfabrik Berlin, Möckernstr. 68, 10965 Berlin :: The number of available places is limited. Performances on appointment only at T +49.30.786 83 43 or: ticket@tanzfabrik-berlin.de :: Further performances will take place on September 18, 19 and 20, 2010 at the Uferstudios of the Tanzfabrik (Uferstr. 23, 13357 Berlin) during the “Perfect Wedding” festival ::

“Pièce touchée No 2” is a performance centered on the touch sense. Starting with purely haptic choreography, it explores how sounds, music, language and narrative can be translated into the medium of touch. The piece is performed directly on the body of the visitor. Continue reading


Aug 27, 2010
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Composing with Process

macba.jpgComposing with Process: Perspectives on Generative and System Music is a new Research series for Radio Web MACBA curated by Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore, which explores generative approaches (including algorithmic, systems-based, formalised and procedural) to composition and performance primarily in the context of experimental technologies and music practices of the latter part of the 20th Century.

The first episode, entitled ‘Continue’, is already available online: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research MP3 file: http://bit.ly/aWyOYM
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Aug 25, 2010
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Call: International Symposium on Soundscapes [it Florence]

soundscape.jpgInternational Symposium on Soundscapes :: Deadline: September 30, 2010 :: The deadline for the submission of proposals is: October 30, 2010

FKL and TempoReale invite you to submit scientific and musical contributions related to the theme of soundscape to the fifth symposium of Forum Klanglandschaft to be held in Florence (Italy), May 20 – 22, 2011.

The conference is held in cooperation between the two institutions, together with the contemporary art center EX3, and offers the opportunity to present, in the conference, papers, sound-works, installations and videos.

The title “keep an ear on …” suggests, as the specific theme for this edition, the need to pay attention to and also to control what we all hear, both from the point of view of the danger of noise pollution, and from the one of the aesthetic quality of our sound environment. Continue reading


Aug 25, 2010
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Live Stage: Moldover’s Controllerism Workshop [de Berlin]

Moldover’s Controllerism Workshop :: September 29, 2010 – 6:00 p..m – 10:00 p..m, 18:00-22:00 :: NK Elsen str 52 2HH Neukoelln 12059 Berlin :: Participation is limited to 25 participants :: Pre-registration is required and can be done by sending an email to info@nkprojekt.de :: Fee: 25€

Hailed by 800,000 YouTube viewers as “The Godfather of Controllerism”, Moldover is the inspiration for a new generation of music makers. In this extensive 4-hour interactive workshop, Moldover will present all his knowledge and techniques related to controllerism and live electronic music performance.


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Aug 25, 2010
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Live Stage: Gogbot Festival – The Singularity is Near [nl Enschede]

gogbot.jpgGogbot Festival :: The Singularity is Near; Resistance is Futile :: September 9-12, 2010 :: Enschede, The Netherlands, different localities :: Free

More than 250 artists, performers, musicians and other creative spirits will show their talents at 10 locations of the free entrance expo’s. Four days you can be part of this art music and technology spectacle. Interactive installations, insect-robot-build-workshops, electric fish, bio-installations, nano-technology, film, Japanese bacteria machines, artificial intelligences, cyborgs, magnetic fields, Beauty Parlour of the Future, Revenge of the Killer-iPhone, The bad days of Britney-Spears and of course an extended music program! ( for music program, see: http://2010.gogbot.nl/en/program/music.html Continue reading


Aug 25, 2010
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Live Stage: Mini Maker Faire [Providence, RI]

diy2.jpgmini Maker Faire :: Saturday, August 28, 2010 :: in Providence, Rhode Island :: A kickstarter fundraiser page has been setup to raise the money to pay for the event.
Celebrate New England D.I.Y: August 28, 2010! Rhode Island’s own Mini Maker Faire, featuring hands-on making, building & hacking, culinary crafting, garage technology, arts and creativity for sale, and robots, culminating with a Waterfire in the Creative Capital, Providence, RI.

See: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/143072809/rhode-island-mini-maker-faire


Aug 22, 2010
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Live Stage: (noish) >> trAnsCodE [de Berlin]

noish.jpg[noish] >> trAnsCodE :: Oscar Martin :: October 2, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. – October 3, 2010 at 12:30 a.m. :: NK Elsen str 52 2 HH Neukoelln Berlin 12059

Noish is the experimental sound project of Oscar Martin. A sound explorer, Martin bases his work on the deconstruction of field recordings and the creative use of technology errors. Luthier-digital with a ‚ pure data‚ environment, which he uses to develop his own experimental tools for processing and real time algorithmic-generative composition. He can be placed somewhere between Computer Music, the Aesthetics of Error, and generative Noise. He seeks the creation of virtual sound universes, imaginary soundscapes that encourage active listening and a different sensibility toward the perception of sound phenomena. He works under the open source paradigm. All his work is published under Creative Commons licence, by different labels and netlabels;(dronerecords, tecnoNucleo, costellam, etc.) Continue reading


Aug 21, 2010
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Live Stage: Sounding Out 5 [uk Bournemouth]

soundout.jpgSounding Out 5 :: September 8 – 10, 2010 :: Bournemouth UK ::

This year’s edition, based on the theme “Soundworlds”, will bring a very exciting programme and is a unique opportunity to network with top level experts in radio and sonic arts. There will be 7 Internationally renowned keynote speakers: Chris Chafe: Director of CCRMA, Stanford University :: Jerome Joy: French Composer and Founder of the Locus Sonus Project :: Karen Power: Composer from Limerick, Ireland :: Dirk Maggs: Freelance writer and director working across all media :: Kaye Mortley: Independant radio writer and producer :: Pedro Rebelo: Composer/digital artist working in electroacoustic music, digital media and installation. Director of Education at SARC, Queen’s University Belfast :: Larry Sider: Sound designer. Director of the School of Sound and was previously Head of Editing, Sound and Music at the National Film and Television School (UK) :: Continue reading


Aug 20, 2010
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