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Reblogged Micro Performance

2042497731_0312862d32.jpgMikro is a series of improvised performances using the immediate surroundings as raw material: A microscope captures everyday objects and surfaces like wallpaper, coins, clothing, furniture, newspapers and transforms it into an explosive universe of textures. Contact microphones and electromagnetic sniffers pick up unhearable sounds to create the live soundtrack. Mikro is a collaboration between HC Gilje (video) and Justin Bennett (sound). Performances so far: Paradiso (Amsterdam), IMAL (Brussels), TAG (den Haag), DNK (Amsterdam), Bergen Kunsthall Landmark (Bergen), Laznia (Gdansk) [posted on HC Gilje blog]


Nov 26, 2007
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Landscape Denatured: Digitizing the Wild

landscape_digitized.jpgLandscape Denatured: Digitizing the Wild by Eric Alan Kabisch [PDF]: ABSTRACT: This paper presents motivation and documentation of four technologically enabled artworks. These artworks explore ways in which digital technologies impact society and culture, focusing particularly on the impacts of information technologies on physical and cultural geography. A framework is provided for analyzing these works of art. This framework addresses the impacts of technology as a three-part cyclical process that includes (1) sensing elements of the environment, (2) analyzing and creating narratives from the captured data, and (3) the propagation of these methods and representations back into the world. Continue reading


Nov 20, 2007
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Live Stage: Flock [us Miami]

0746001-p1-075_large.jpegFlock, by Jason Freeman :: December 6-8, 2007 :: Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, Miami – during the Art | Basel | Miami Beach festival. Advance tickets are now on sale.

Flock is a full evening performance work for saxophone quartet, conceived to directly engage audiences in the composition of music by physically bringing them out of their seats and enfolding them into the creative process. During the performance, the four musicians and up to one hundred audience members move freely around the performance space. Continue reading


Nov 16, 2007
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Live Stage: iMAL [be Brussels]

thegate_01.jpgSecond Front, The Gate :: October 4, 2007; 6:00 pm :: iMAL, Brussels – Through the Gate installation, Second Front will perform live from Second Life directly projected in iMAL (related post) new public space; and the Brussels public will become performers in Second Life.

ESPACES CROISES + PYROGENESIS (FR) – October 5, 2007; 8:30 pm :: iMAL invites Pascal Baltazar and Mathieu Chamagne, two artists supported by GMEA, the musical research group of Albi. They will play personal compositions where they explore new types of gestural interfaces for controlling multi-channel computer-based sound processes Continue reading


Sep 27, 2007
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Live Stage: Sonic Acts [ne Middelburg]

logo.gifDe Kabinetten van De Vleeshal, Zusterstraat 7, Middelburg :: Opening: June 30, 2007 :: Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 1 – 5 p.m. :: Free admission.

On June 30 an exhibition in de kabinetten of De Vleeshal will open with works by Thomas Köner, Jürgen Reble and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag. This exhibition is guest curated by Lucas van der Velden, director of Sonic Acts and member of the artist collective Telcosystems. On the same day Ryoji Ikeda will open an exhibition in de Vleeshal with his new work, Data.Tron. During the opening he will also perform Dataphonics, a multi channel work. Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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