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AEO live in Mexico April 2008

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AEO (EYE, Taeji, Jo) live in Mexico April 2008 part 1 Continue reading


Sep 25, 2008
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Carsten Nicolai: Static Fades

nicolai.jpgCarsten Nicolai: Static Fades by C. Doswald, K. Ottmann, B. Schroder – “Carsten Nicolai is a unique case in the sound art world. Somehow he’s the prototypal of the ideal contemporary sound artists: not classifiable merely as a musician, nor as an artist, but perfectly in between. He excellently combines technical and scientific knowledge with a clear vision. Especially being fond in science principles and practical use, he reflects the simple and purest beauty of involved structures, embodying it in a personal view that translates into perfectly balanced design. The “minimal” adjective, so often used to categorize his work, tells only 1/10th of the story. His art is more generally about “building beautiful systems”, whose rules are gently disrupting our acquired scientific knowledge. In this sense he can be easily considered a scientist, using art as inspiration for new methodologies. Continue reading


Sep 25, 2008
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Live Stage: Dead Violets + dub/ber/vie [us Brooklyn]

dub-ber-vie_rehearsal3_w.jpgDiapason gallery for sound and intermedia presents Dead Violets (Jeff Surak, Bethany Moore, Thomas Ekelund) and dub/ber/vie, a voice & multichannel composition / concert performance by Jennifer Walshe & Bernhard Gal :: September 26, 2008; 8:00 pm :: 882 Third Avenue, 10th floor, Brooklyn (Sunset Park).

dub/ber/vie explores different points of intersection between the voice and the space in which it exists. Using two sets of binaural headphones, a series of four-channel recordings were made by Jennifer Walshe and Bernhard Gal within a variety of spaces – a pet shop, the Turkish market in Kreuzberg, a farm for children, a supermarket and an apartment. Continue reading


Sep 25, 2008
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Net_Music_Weekly: Archipelago – Sound Cruises

archipel.jpgArchipelago – sound cruises: European Sound Delta is an travelling artistic residency that took place during summer 2008: two boats simultaneously navigated upstream on the Rhine and Danube rivers from the North Sea and the Black Sea to finally meet in Strasbourg. On board and in each of the stopover cities, thirty international artists were invited to record their sound environment (field recordings, interviews, electromagnetic and sub-aquatic spheres…) and to use the shared sound materials to compose pieces and produce live concerts along the itinerary.

At the end of this trip, a floating listening lounge is unfolding as an Archipelago of creations: embarked on a specially fitted sightseeing boat (a 3000 Watts 4.1 embedded sound system), one will discover there the 27 sound pieces created on board by the residents but also the 10 imaginary audio landscapes from some ten guest composers. Continue reading


Sep 24, 2008
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Live Stage: Hollywould Festival [us Los Angeles]

n54438466240_6093.jpg11th Festival of New Media Arts ‐ HOLLYWOULD: As part of the Hollywould Festival, Freewaves is featuring a series of music events on Hollywood Boulevard at the Knitting Factory & Musician’s Institute. Please join us for Berlin visualists (artists projecting their live mixed videos), DJ’s and screenings of exceptional music videos.

HOLLYWOULD LAUNCH PARTY – DJ Christine Lang with VJ Safy Sniper ‐‐ powerhouse duo from Berlin combine pioneering video scratching, drum & bass, 2‐step and dub courtesy of Goethe‐Institut :: October 9, 2008; 10:00 pm – 12:00 am :: The Knitting Factory, 7021 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.

VISUAL MUSIC PART I – The Goethe‐Institut‐Los Angeles presents: Style in Motion curated by Christoph Dreher Screening of selection of artistically exceptional music videos 2002 – 2008 including: Continue reading


Sep 24, 2008
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Ecology: Water, Air, Sound Deadline

naisa.jpgCALL FOR SUBMISSIONSEcology: Water, Air, Sound :: Deadline: September 30, 2008 – Full submission form here.

New Adventures in Sound Art invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme Ecology: Water, Air, and/or Sound for consideration in 2009 future programming for the annual Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, and SOUNDplay festivals, produced by New Adventures in Sound Art in Toronto, Canada. Artists may submit works in one or all of the following four categories: 1) Radio Art, 2) Electroacoustic Music, 3) Videomusic and 4) Installation Art. Individual interpretations or variations on the theme – Ecology: Water, Air, Sound – are encouraged.

All submitted works must respond in some way to the theme Ecology: Water, Air, Sound in order to be considered for 2009 NAISA programming.


Sep 22, 2008
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Live Stage: Songbike [ca Banff]

songbike.jpgRadio Free Banff presents Kelly Andres’ Songbike :: September 20, 2008; 10 am – 7 pm :: Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff New Media Institute, Canada.

Become a tour guide and take artist Kelly Andres on a one-hour bicycle ride of your Banff. Andres will accompany you with her mobile sound lab, Songbike, transforming your narrated ride into a unique soundscape composition broadcast live to the world on www.radio90.fm.

In August 2006, Songbike was presented as a concept for the Interactive Screen 06 competitive pitch session at the Banff New Media Institute. It was awarded a co-production residency to develop the project. Continue reading


Sep 19, 2008
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Jeff Talman – A Play of Flows [it Genoa]

talman.jpgJeff TalmanA Play of Flows – The Mediterranean Sea “tuned” to a Genovese landmark :: October 23–November 4, 2008 :: Galleria Mazzini, Genoa, Italy.

Galleria Mazzini, the elegant 19th Century architectural gem in the heart of Genoa, Italy, serves as the framing space for international artist Jeff Talman’s newly commissioned installation A Play of Flows. The work’s sonic environment, based on site resonance and the nearby Mediterranean Sea, initiates a meditation on the contributing currents that enliven this spectacular urban site. Recorded at a nearby Genoese beach, crashing wave sounds provide the sonic source material for the installation. Talman filtered these sounds to align them with the resonant frequencies or “tuning” of the Galleria. The sea wave sounds, shaped into a series of spatial and site-harmonic progressions, engage the architecture as the “voice” of the sea sings in the Galleria, turning it into a vast resonating instrument. Continue reading


Sep 19, 2008
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Live Stage: Seth Cluett [us Providence, RI]

rumour-web.jpgThe Brown University Department of Visual Art presents: Seth Cluett – Visiting Artist Lecture :: September 23, 2008; 5:00 pm :: List Art Center, Room 225, Brown University, Providence, RI.

Seth Cluett is a composer and visual artist whose work includes photography, drawing, video, sound installation, concert music, performance, and theoretical writing. His pieces are an exploration of the role of sound in everyday life. Operating at the boundary between the auditory and other senses, his work engages sound’s ability to be both collectively shared and distinctly personal. Many of his pieces investigate the acoustic signature of specific locations, where sound is experienced as an activity (audio tourism), architectural property, or as geological process. Continue reading


Sep 18, 2008
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Live Stage: SoundWalk2008 [us Long Beach, CA]

n25541314053_6265.jpgSoundWalk2008 :: September 20, 2008; 5 – 10 pm :: Throughout the area encompassed by Broadway, Atlantic Avenue, Ocean Boulevard, and Elm Street in the East Village Arts District of Downtown Long Beach.

The Long Beach artist group, FLOOD, will present SoundWalk2008, the fifth annual SoundWalk event that will feature returning participants as well as new artists from the Southland and the international scene. The evening operates under the concept of a one-night aural/visual experience as provided by sound installations located in various indoor and outdoor spaces situated throughout the East Village Arts District in Downtown Long Beach. The artwork combines, in multiple ways, a wide range of visual and audio components. There will be sculptures, environments, installations, and performances. It is the variety of work that makes the event memorable for all who visit. Furthermore, performances will be scheduled during the course of the evening for sound artists with timed performances. Continue reading


Sep 18, 2008
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