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Hnns Hlgr Rtz @sciss@octodon.social

Austria, refugees Show more

anti-semitism Show more

Proud of myself. Went to the electronics candy store, and just bought the items I had put on my list. Except for a 2 EUR electro-magnet that I have no idea yet what to do with..,.

Daphne Galizia Show more

Daphne Galizia Show more

Suspending or propping up? Now I'm thinking that elevating the plates with metal sticks from floor could work better than hanging from steel wires. Test with broken ceramics, transducers still sound as required, although not much colouring through the ceramics are audible.

Developing possible covers for the catalog

Retracing image with GNG (growing neural gas)

Authoritarianism in Europe Show more

Clear /Clear/
Clear /Clear/
Clear all this space /Clear all this space/
Clear today /Clear today/
Clear your mind /Clear your mind/
Clear /Clear/ your behind

The slow tempo, the EBM type of voicing, and the particular minor progression towards the end anticipating a characteristic techno element, make this such an intriguing title.

I realised I don't really like editing Scala code in , because the Scala editor is just too weak. So I warmed up again to the idea of utilising the plug-in for . It basically seems to be possible, although I anticipate a lot of problems, e.g. state persistence, windowing...

Here's my proof of concept that the app can be embedded...

The big next question is if and how the Scala editor could be used from my program.

German pol. / Nazis Show more

German pol. / Nazis Show more

Here is the text - brindinpress.com/pgvb6838.htm

It seems the date is 1911 or 1912 (?) so it actually a premonition of the war to come.

I sent a perhaps stupid reply to a magnitude more stupid comment about the renationalisation of Europe on the spectre media art mailing list today. Someone else reacted more appropriate and sent a link to a Diamanda Galás piece performing a Georg Heym poem reflecting Europe's catastrophe, the first world war. 🖤