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Robosonic Eclectic: Live Music by Robots and Humans

lemur.jpgLEMUR presents Robosonic Eclectic: Live Music by Robots and Humans :: LEMUR’s First Annual Commissioned Works Concert :: May 31-June 2, 2007 :: 3-Legged Dog Art and Technology Center.

Featuring Pop Musicians They Might Be Giants, Punk cum New Music Composer JG Thirlwell (Foetus), Electronic Music Pioneer Morton Subotnick and Jazz Trombonist and MacArthur Fellow George Lewis, Performing Live with LEMUR’s Robots; plus Solo Works for LEMUR Robots by R. Luke DuBois and J. Brendan Adamson. Continue reading


Apr 27, 2007
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Radio Astronomy

adamhyde.jpgRadio Astronomy is an art and science project which broadcasts sounds intercepted from space live on the internet and on the airwaves. The project is a collaboration between r a d i o q u a l i a, and radio telescopes located throughout the world. Together we are creating ‘radio astronomy’ in the literal sense – a radio station devoted to broadcasting audio from our cosmos. Radio Astronomy has three parts: 1) a sound installation; 2) a live on-air radio transmission; and 3) a live online radio broadcast.

Listeners can hear the acoustic output of radio telescopes live. The content of the live transmission will depend on the objects being observed by partner telescopes. On any given occasion listeners may hear the planet Jupiter and its interaction with its moons, radiation from the Sun, activity from far-off pulsars or other astronomical phenomena.


Apr 27, 2007
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Live Stage: DIY Talk Show on Art & Media [Online]

Adam Hyde on sneakers networks, unconscious broadcasting of personal data, and whether radio can have anything to do with the Web 2.0 phenomenon in his video statement for the next edition of Cool Media Hot Talk Show Radio 2.0. The Art of Radio in the Age of the Internet.

Do-it-Yourself Talk Show on Art & Media :: May 2, 20.30 CET :: De Balie, Amsterdam and streamed live. You can participate, submit your reactions and questions here.


Apr 27, 2007
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Registration open for the 4th International Workshop on Mobile Music Technology

mobilemusic.gifRegistration for the 4th International Mobile Music Workshop in Amsterdam 6-8 May 2007 is now open to the public. Places are limited. We are very pleased to announce this year’s keynotes speakers at the mobile music workshop: Teri Rueb, Michel Waisvisz, and Régine Debatty.

The programme of the workshop is now online and features peer-reviewed paper presentations, poster sessions, in-depth discussions about crucial issues of mobile music technology, demos of state-of-the-art projects, break-out sessions and live events. Continue reading


Apr 26, 2007
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free103point9 to stream Deep Wireless festival

logo.jpgfree103point9 is pleased to announce web streaming of events of the 6th annual Deep Wireless festival, May 1-31, 2007 from Toronto. As part of a month-long celebration of radio and transmission art, radio artists, sound artists and enthusiasts can experience performances, sound installations, new commissions, special radio broadcasts, a CD launch and conference.
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Apr 26, 2007
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Live Stage: “Is It Music?” [Los Angeles, CA]

dangerouscurve.jpgDangerous Curve’s “Is It Music?” Series for Week of May 6, 2007 :: $10-7.00 sliding scale :: 1020 East Fourth Place, (500 Molino Street #102), Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.

Sunday, May 6, 2007, 4:00 p.m. (Programs subject to change.) The Choir Boys (Jeff Kaiser and Andrew Pask), Vinny Golia, and Cosmologic (San Diego) :: 8:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. :: The legendary Z’ev (two sets) and here.

“Dim Effigies” from The Choir Boys Continue reading


Apr 26, 2007
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SOUNDWAVES: Sonic Art Exhibition

datasound_cso05.jpgSOUNDWAVES: Sonic Art Exhibition :: Kinetica Museum, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1 6AA :: Thursday, 17th May – Saturday, 30th June 2007 :: CALL FOR EXISTING WORKS.

As part of Cybersonica 07, we will be collaborating with Kinetica Museum and soundtoys.net to create SOUNDWAVES – a six-week exhibition of contemporary sonic art showcasing a collection of works that explore the convergence of sound, art and technology. We are now accepting submissions of existing sonic art works from artists wishing to exhibit and present at this year’s festival.

We are looking for works that explore new forms of interactivity – moving away from the keyboard, mouse and screen and into the physical realm – responding to physical input, proximity, sound, kinetics, elapsed time and/or the surrounding environment. These works may be interactive installations, new electronic musical devices, physical audiovisualisers, tangible musical interfaces, modified game engines (for example). Continue reading


Apr 26, 2007
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Two-month Residency at IMPAKT

1174667910.jpgEuropean Media Artists in Residence Exchange: Grants for European Media Artists for Germany and The Netherlands. Deadline: June, 12th, 2007.

The 13th European Media Artists in Residence Exchange will take place from Autumn 2007 to Spring 2008. Europe based Media Artists in the fields of digital media including internet and computer based art, filmmakers, sound and video artists are invited to apply for a two months residence based stipend at IMPAKT (Utrecht, The Netherlands) or at Werkleitz Gesellschaft’s Center for Media Arts (Halle, Germany). Students are not permitted, but young artists are encouraged. Continue reading


Apr 26, 2007
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Pixilerations [v.4] invites submissions

pixil_banner_main.jpgPixilerations [v.4] – the fourth annual showcase of New Media arts – invites artists, musicians and film/video makers to submit work that investigates connections or disparities between story and ornament. The submission deadline is June 1, 2007. Pixilerations [v4] is part of the larger FirstWorksProv festival; it investigates the state of New Media arts through installation, interactive concert performance and film/video screenings.
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Apr 26, 2007
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Live Stage: Zap! [Boston, MA]

arts-zap-cs.jpgZAP! is Christine Southworth’s groundbreaking work for live musicians, singers, musical robots, and a 50-foot high Van Der Graaf Generator. Its 2005 premiere performance was hailed as “Truly electrifying” by the Boston Phoenix. See for yourself – Friday evening, April 27 at 7 pm and again at 8:30 at the Boston Museum of Science (MOS), Theater of Electricity. Zap is part of the Cambridge Science Festival.

Above, Christine poses with the Van de Graaff generator that provides static and flashing lights for her composition. “Zap!” is a seven-part piece featuring the former atom-smasher in concert with flutes, guitar, cello, bass, piano, robots and human voices.
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Apr 25, 2007
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