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Live Stage: radioCona:Zima FM [sl Ljubljana + online]

untitled.pngradioCona:Zima FM / radioCona:Winter FM :: February 15–19, 2015, 19:09* till late, very late at night :: radioCona FM 88.8MHz, Ljubljana, Slovenia and stream. *radioCona will tune in for five days in a row exactly at nightfall. This is the time when the atmosphere is no longer filled with the fine sunlight, when the sun reaches 18 degrees or more below the horizon.

Curated by Jasmina Založnik, Brane Zorman, Irena Pivka, and Jeff Kolar radioCona:Zima FM is a soundart and radioart exhibition that takes place across an FM frequency. It brings together and presents a selection of works combining the medium of radio or sound with a winter landscape, with a special focus on nighttime. Continue reading


Feb 13, 2015
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Sensing Shared Places: Designing a Mobile Audio Streaming Environment

papers.jpgSensing Shared Places: Designing a mobile audio streaming environment by Rui Chaves and Pedro Rebelo :: This paper addresses mobile audio streaming in the context of sharing a sense of place. This action is mediated by the network, the body and remote listening. These elements are essential in the concept and design of a platform for audio transmission ( liveshout ), that aims at intersecting mobility within the realms of radio, network and transmission art.

The paper is available for download here . Continue reading


Oct 23, 2011
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Live Stage: Jack Ox | Kurt Schwitters Ursonate [us NM]

[Jack Ox, Ursonate, CAC, New Orleans 2004] Jack Ox’s Visualization of Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate :: Exhibition: September 16 – October 28, 2011 :: Performance: September 17; 2:00 pm with Kristen Loree performing the Ursonate and digital projections by Jack Ox :: Mesa Library Gallery, 2400 Central Ave, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA with live-streaming to Cumbria, England. Register here.

Ursonate is part of The Next Big Idea Festival, with Jack Ox and Kristen Loree as artists-in-residence: The exhibition of Jack Ox’s 800 Sq.ft. hand-painted, hand-collaged visualization of Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate opens September 16 at 4:00 pm at the Mesa Gallery. Continue reading


Sep 10, 2011
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Locustream Promenade [be Brussels]

locus_promenade.jpgLocustream Promenade @ City Sonic :: August 27 – September 11, 2011 :: Maison Folie, Margin’Halle, Brussels AND Festival Todaysart :: September 29 – October 1, 2011 :: Midi Train Station, Brussels.

Locustream Promenade is a sound art installation composed of sonic beams ( 10 parabolic dishes equipped with sound speakers and small computers). The parabolas are suspended in the public space in such a way that a visitor only hears the sound from the beam when he or she is directly underneath it. Each beam plays a different stream from the Locustream project. Continue reading


Aug 31, 2011
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NMR Commission: “Quartet With Pyramid Scheme”

paul.jpgQuartet With Pyramid Scheme by Jordan Topiel Paul, Eric Laska, Richard Kamerman, Reed Evan Rosenberg:

Quartet With Pyramid Scheme is a streaming online sound installation whose audio content is collected through a sixteen-week pyramid scheme structure. Every two weeks, a new set of participants (recruited by prior participants) submits sound samples that the quartet will selectively work into the stream. The samples are played continuously in unpredictable variations through a Max/MSP patch. By the end of the process, 512 participants will have been asked to contribute. Continue reading


Mar 12, 2011
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Placard Headphone Concert Festival

headphone.jpgHere we go for Placard’s 8th edition, third try out of a non-stop three month streaming headphone festival. Placard is a headphone concert festival, playing with concentration, intimacy,time warp,and teleportation.This year it goes on for 97 days non stop, in different cities. It functions under a mode of open program,open for headphone rooms to create performance spaces where performers are welcomed to perform. Both the headphone room ‘owner’ and the performers use the inscription site to self organize the global program. The placard ‘owner’ receives in his room performers who have submitted a inscription via the site , and streams the shows to the other headphonerooms either passive listeners or waiting to perform.The site is designed to simplify communication inbetween the performers and the organizers, using automatic emails notifying of incoming inscriptions , accepted deplaced or refused perfomances; also notifying performers of the creation of headphone rooms in their city. Continue reading


Jul 4, 2010
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Infinite Stream Loop: An Audio Stream Travels the WWW

LAPS [v2_exhibition-view] – 2010 from art of failure on Vimeo.

Infinite Stream LoopAn Audio Stream Travels the World Wide Web beginning July 1, 2010 :: a piece from the Laps series by Art of Failure. Listen: here. Continue reading


Jul 2, 2010
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Net_Music_Weekly: Locustream Promenade

promenade.jpgLocustream Promenade — @ Festival MIMI, July 1-14, 2010, Marseille, Iles du Frioul, France — is a sound art installation composed of sonic beams (10 parabolic dishes equipped with sound speakers and small computers). The parabolas are suspended in the public space in such a way that a visitor only hears the sound from the beam when he or she is directly underneath it. Each beam plays a different stream from the Locustream project. The live streamed sounds are soundscapes coming from remote locations through the Internet. The space where the paraboles are hung is virtually connected to geo-distant spaces. By moving from one beam to another the audience walks through audio windows opening out onto a worldwide soundscape. Invited to take part in this experience the listener becomes conscious his or her immediate surroundings in a new way, perception of the local audio environment is modified. Continue reading


Jun 30, 2010
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Network Musical Performance Workshop [us Stanford, CA]

ccrma.jpgNetwork Musical Performance (NMP): Technical and Artistic Strategies to Perform Around the Globe — Workshop led by Juan Pablo Caceres :: July 19-23, 2010 :: Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Department of Music, Stanford University, 660 Lomita Dr., Stanford, California :: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION — Registration Deadline: June 30, 2010.

This workshop is intended as a practical introduction to network music performance. Both technical and musical topics will be discussed, including: history of the field, Internet technologies for streaming, control messages and laptop performances, transcontinental high-quality network performance, performance issues like delay and presence, installations and synthesis in the network, future and potential as a compositional medium, programming techniques and software survey, virtual worlds in musical network performance. Continue reading


May 3, 2010
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Live Stage: World X Diagnostics [us NYC]

harv.jpgWorld X Diagnostics by Megan Michalak and Stephanie Rothenberg :: August 13-27, 2009 :: Opening: August 13; 6:00 – midnight :: Harvestworks, NYC :: Public Launch: August 15, 2009; noon – 3:00 pm :: Finland.

World X Diagnostics is a revolutionary system that evaluates and diagnoses citizen responses to socio-economic conditions resulting from the global economic meltdown. Public data measuring gross national well being is collected from participating users and translated into real time sound frequencies through programmed algorithms. Through the system’s network, users are able to access the compiled data from their geographical region, as well as from any location on the globe. Continue reading


Aug 15, 2009
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