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Live Stage: Time Lapse Live [ch Biel]

n349496926075_378.jpgTime Lapse Live — laptop poetics to pop beat performances featuring Tim Loosli, Art Clay, Danier Werder, & Valentina Vuksic :: March 27, 2010; 5:00 – 10:30 pm :: Centre PasquArt, Lokal-int, Seevorstadt 71-75, Aarbergstrasse 84, Biel, Switzerland.

Le Mariage, Art Clay :: A performance for two Swiss music boxes and six meter punch cards :: Performers: Art Clay & Valentina Vuksic– A performative work for two music boxes and two performers inspired by musically by “La Mariee mise a nu par ses celibataires meme” from Marcel Duchamp. The long cards that are fed into the music boxes are six-meter long punch cards. They meet at the center of the table and entwine together over time to form a sculptural metaphor of a „marriage“ between two. Continue reading

Mar 23, 2010
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Call for Works: Pixilerations (v.7) [us Providence, RI]

pixel1.jpgCall for entries: Pixilerations [v.7] — a showcase of digital media and interactive performance, and part of the FirstWorks Festival :: September 30 – October 10, 2010 :: Providence, Rhode Island (US) :: Deadline: March 31, 2010

PIXILERATIONS [v.7] is a new media showcase in Providence, Rhode Island that investigates the state of new media arts through installations, concert performances and film/video screenings. It is part of the larger FirstWorks Festival, a multidimensional performing arts festival held in Providence each fall. Pixilerations is produced by FirstWorks in collaboration with the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, and the City of Providence’s Department of Art, Culture + Tourism. Continue reading

Mar 6, 2010
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Send and Receive Audio Art Festival

call.jpgsend + receive audio art festival :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: March 5, 2010.

send + receive is an annual audio art festival showcasing current and newly emerging areas of sonic investigation in a variety of forms through live performance, radio broadcasts, web-based projects, internet streaming projects, installations, film and video screenings, workshops, talks and panel discussions. send + receive is an international festival that advances the discipline of sound art, and is one of the few annual media arts festivals in North America focusing exclusively on sound-based work.

As the festival is programed well in advance of each edition, most submissions received by the March 5, 2010 deadline will be considered for future editions and off season programming in 2011 and beyond.

Feb 13, 2010
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Live Stage: Linton, First, Takeishi [us NYC]

linton.jpgDavid Linton: Bicameral Research Sound & Projection System with special guests David First & Satoshi Takeishi (60 Hz Raga) :: February 13, 2010; 8:30 – 10:30 pm :: Roulette, 20 Greene Street, (between Canal and Grand Streets), New York, NY.

David Linton’s interactive analogue audio video feedback system provides the vibrational foundation for an evening length extended time audio visual improvisation with David Linton – interactive sound and live video and invited guests David First on guitar & electronics and Satoshi Takeishi on percussion.

David Linton (born Newburgh NY in 1956) is a Time based multiple media artist traveling the vectors of sound, subculture, and signal flow. He has been active in the downtown NYC experimental arts community for 30 years. Continue reading

Feb 7, 2010
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Live Stage: IRZU on Tour [fr Paris]

6.jpgIRZU (Institute for Sonic Arts Research) (Paris part3) :: with Miha Ciglar (Sound) and Nika Autor – (Video) :: Sunday, January 24, 2010, 6:30pm – 11:00pm :: at La Generale nord-est, 14 avenue Parmentier, Paris, France

IRZU is presenting the last event within the “Paris” component of the project “IRZU on Tour”, which is going to continue on 5 continents throughout 2010. “IRZU on Tour” features a series of artistic productions and research projects of the IRZU institute. On Sunday the piece “Sonic beams / Acoustic shadows” will be premiered at the venue “La Generale” in Paris, France. Continue reading

Jan 23, 2010
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Live Stage: Art’s Birthday 2010: on site [at Graz], on air [at ORF]

kunst.jpgKunstradio live from Graz: Art’s Birthday 2010 :: January 16, 2010 and January 17, 2010 ::

In the 1,000.047th year of Art’s existence, Kunstradio celebrates in the artist-run-space ESC in the Austrian regional capital Graz with a two-day-birthday-celebration including performances, media installations, a panel discussion, concerts etc. on site, and extending the “Fete Permanente” with the Art’s Birthday network on air and online.

NO BIRTHDAY WITHOUT PRESENTS! Please upload your audio/video gifts to Art at Continue reading

Jan 15, 2010
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orbitor by Mark Bain renders architecture audible [nl Middelburg]

mark_bain_orbitor.jpg orbitor by Mark Bain (USA) :: January 16, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. to February 14, 2010 :: De Vleeshal, Markt, Middelburg, Netherlands ::

From 17 January through to 14 February 2010 the Foundation for Visual Arts Middelburg (Stichting Beeldende Kunst Middelburg) will present American artist Mark Bain’s exhibition orbitor at De Vleeshal, on the Markt. The exhibition’s opening, on 16 January at 5 p.m., will be marked by an audio performance by Mark Bain.

In orbitor, Mark Bain uses the De Vleeshal itself, once Middelburg’s town hall, as an instrument. As do all buildings, De Vleeshal produces sound: the resonant history of different materials in time and space. Here electricity, radio waves and other social systems continually circulate; hidden movements of which we are not always aware. Continue reading

Jan 15, 2010
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Peter Traub Premieres Solera [us Charlottesville, VA]

peter.jpgPeter Traub premieres his new installation, Solera: for sound, site, and time :: October 26 – November 6, 2009 :: Ruffin Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. :: Talk: November 2, 2009; 2:00 p.m.

Composer and installation artist Peter Traub will premiere his new public sound work in the Ruffin Hall main lobby at the University of Virginia. Solera is an ongoing installation that will run for 24 hours a day, accumulating and playing back the sonic activities and characteristics of the installation space – people passing through, conversations, machines, and music. Over the two weeks of the installation, the incidental sounds of each day and the acoustic resonances of the space will be layered upon each other, creating an aural memory of the space that will grow and change over time. Multiple visits to the piece are suggested. Continue reading

Oct 14, 2009
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Live Stage: Didkovsky, Brobrowsky & Leonard [us Oakland, CA]

little.jpgNick Didkovsky Krys Bobrowski, Cheryl E. Leonard will perform: new music for homebrew software, electric guitar, everyday objects and invented instruments, and amplified natural objects :: Saturday, October 10, 8:00 p.m. :: at Littlefield Concert Hall, Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland, CA, 94613
Breathtaking work located at the intersection of the natural world and new technologies

Nick Didkovsky will perform solos for prepared electric guitar, electronics, and his own software. Krys Bobrowsky’s will present works featuring everyday objects and invented instruments made from natural materials. Cheryl E. Leonard will premiere new compositions for amplified natural objects and field recordings from Antarctica.

Oct 1, 2009
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Live Stage: New York Electronic Art Festival [us NYC]

harv.jpgZachery Leiberman / Lesley Flanigan / Brenden Fernandes :: Friday, October 2, 2009, 7:00 p.m. :: at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, 596 Broadway #602. New York City (at Houston St) :: Subway: F/V Broadway/Lafayette, 6 Bleecker, W/R Prince :: Free

As part of the New York Electronic Art Festival 2009, a month-long series of concerts, workshops, and exhibitions centered on the cutting-edge work being done at the intersection of art and technology, Harvestworks will present the first in a series of New Project Demos on Friday, October 2nd with presentations by new media artists Zachary Leiberman, Lesley Flanigan and Brendan Fernandes. Continue reading

Sep 30, 2009
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