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Tiny Noise Camp [de Cologne and Moers]

tnc1_web1.jpgTiny Noise Weekend in Cologne and Moers, Germany :: On New Music in Cologne, ZAM + nimm! in Moers as well as the international sound art platform Tiny Noise; a mini-festival called Tiny Noise Camp:: Thursday 15 October, 20:00 Tiny Noise [performances] @ KunstWerk, Deutz-Mülheim Straße 127 – 129, Cologne :: Saturday 17 October, from 14:00 and until 12:00 :: Sunday 18 October Tiny Noise Camp [open workshops + performances] @ Bollwerk 107, Moers :: 5 euros for one or both events.

This is a collaboration between independent curators Kyd Campbell[tiny noise], Thomas Glaesser[ZAM, Koln], Therese Schuleit[Koln], annie Buenker[Koln] and Boris Graue [Bollwerk107, Moers]. Continue reading


Sep 14, 2009
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Live Stage: Noise=Noise [uk London]

Curated by Ryan Jordan, NOISE=NOISE presents The Basement Series every Wednesday throughout August :: The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St, London EC2A :: Starts August 5, 2009 7:00 p.m. :: free!!!

Noise=Noise, Goldsmiths London, 18 March 2009 from macumbista on Vimeo.

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Jul 31, 2009
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Call for Sonic Art [uk Leeds]

th-1_dscf1406.jpgCall for Submissions EXPO LEEDS :: Deadline for proposals: May 29, 2009.

Submissions are sought in all forms of sonic art including real-time interactive works, improvisation with technology, experimental electronica, acousmatic music, instrumental/electroacoustic mixes, sound installations, noise, environmental sound work, conceptual sound art, performances, internet-based creative work, radiophonic work, sound and image works and cross-arts work. In summary, we welcome submissions of all kinds of work incorporating experimental use of sound as a major element.

Please note that due to the volume of submissions that we receive we cannot return submitted materials. For all submissions, you will need to: 1. Fill in our online form 2. Send examples of your work, either by post or by email.


May 28, 2009
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Live Stage: Theatre Noise Conference [uk London]

musictext.jpgTheatre Noise Conference :: April 22-24, 2009 :: The Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, Eton Avenue, Swiss Cottage London.

More than an academic conference, Theatre Noise is a diverse collection of events exploring the sound of theatre from performance to the spaces in-between. Featuring keynote presentations, artists in residence, electroacoustic, percussive and digital performances, industry workshops and installations, Theatre Noise is an immersive journey into sound.

KEYNOTES: CICELY BERRY: Voice director of the Royal Shakespeare Company; HEINER GOEBBELS: Keynote address from the Grammy-nominated composer and director; and JOHN COLLINS: Artistic Director of New York’s Elevator Repair Service, former sound designer for The Wooster Group.


Apr 12, 2009
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Neanderthals Electronics Workshop

work2.jpgNeanderthals Electronics Workshops with Derek Holzer on Tour — Belfast, Berlin, Bergen, Rotterdam :: April – June, 2009.

More than 40,000 years ago, our Neanderthal predecessors invented the first music instruments from simple objects around them (bones and stones, sticks and skins…), without reference to any existing music history, and primarily for their own pleasure rather than that of others. Nowadays, we use complex audio hardware and software which make it “easier” to make music, so long as we channel our creativity into such socially acceptable avenues as Western Classical or Minimal Techno. As with any established genre, the results are often completely predictable, and therefore quite boring. But some of us, deep in our wild hearts, still long for the Stone Age simplicity of pure noise! Continue reading


Apr 3, 2009
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Live Stage: Noise=Noise [uk London]

image.jpgNOISE=NOISE: Mind Body BrainJohn Bowers, Disinformation, Mick Grierson :: March 18, 2009; 6:00 – 9:00 pm :: Small Cinema, Goldsmiths, London UK.

Mind Body Brain is an evening concert exploring noise (music) through research into new interfaces for musical expression and perceptions of noise. The evening will be split into two segments. In the first segment each artist will give a synopsis of their current work and research. The second segment will be a live concert. This event brings together artists from music, computing, design and psychology. Continue reading


Mar 10, 2009
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Noise, Noise and Wide Noise

traffic-noise.gifAs Andrea Gaggioli writes in the Positive Technology Journal, In addition of being very unpleasant and harmful for our hearing system, noise can have negative impact on general health. For example, Swedish researchers have found that the exposure to even relatively low levels of noise may increase increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and high blood pressure.

WideTag, a California Company, has developed an iPhone/iPod touch application – WideNoise – that allows the user to monitor the noise level in the space surrounding her. The noise data are collected and displayed on an online map.


Feb 17, 2009
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The Loud Objects

loud4.jpgThe Loud Objects have set the standard for performative live circuit bending. Wielding soldering irons and a ramshackle overhead projector, the New York City-based trio (composer Tristan Perich, programmer Kunal Gupta, and architect Katie Shima) wire up live musical circuits in pursuit of lo-fi electronic noise.

During the opening minutes of their performance, The Loud Objects are surrounded by a bleak silence as they swiftly assemble an initial circuit, their activities starkly projected from their OHP work-surface. Gradually, as more components are added, Perich, Gupta and Shima gradually hack microchips into a swarm of percussive 1-bit noise. Continue reading


Feb 3, 2009
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Live Stage: noise=Noise: Mind Body Brain [uk London]

Thursday Club: noise=Noise: Mind Body Brain :: January 21, 2009; 6:30 – 9:00 pm :: Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building, University of London, New Cross, South East London.

Mind Body Brain is an evening concert exploring noise (music) through research into new interfaces for musical expression and perceptions of noise. The evening will be split into two segments. In the first segment each artist will give a synopsis of their current work and research. The second segment will be a live concert. This event brings together artists from music, computing, design and psychology. Through the course of the evening you may hear ghost voices and mains electricity through Disinformation; a brain playing music through Mick Griersons’ brain computer interface, and strobe-ing lights and sounds with John Bowers’ infra-instruments. Curator: Ryan Jordan. Continue reading


Jan 20, 2009
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Live Stage: Handmade Music [us Brooklyn]

handmade2.jpg3rd Ward, Etsy.com, Make Magazine, and createdigitalmusic.com present Handmade Music Night :: with the good folks of Etsy.com, Make Magazine, and XLR8R :: January 15, 2009; 7:30-10:30 pm :: 3rd Ward, Stagg Street (corner of Morgan Ave.), Brooklyn [see directions below].

Part party, part mixer, part Science Fair, and part performance, this is an informal chance for geeksters and the geek-curious to come together, relax, and discover new sounds. * Bizarre sonic objects made from dismembered mannequin torsos and legs, transformed into a Theremin and maracas * Gestural controllers, made with wood and 3D printers, shaping sound with movement * Over-the-shoulder musical fashion with snakeskin and leather * Continue reading


Jan 13, 2009
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