Image from page 94 of "The Jordan valley and Petra" (1905)
Our exhibition #Mäanderungen at Reagenz #Graz is ending this Sunday. Today, there is the opportunity to come after 7 pm, as we plan for a small gathering at 7:30 pm. Otherwise, on Sunday we plan to be in situ, so that's a good opportunity to see/hear the piece and meet us in person. https://www.steirischerherbst.at/en/collateral-program/limelab-3
Image from page 158 of "Identification of the economic woods of the United States : including a discussion of the structural and physical properties of wood " (1912)
Mellite v2.28.0 is out -- it has some behind the scenes clean up, and user facing news, apart from some bug fixes, is mainly that you can open a workspace from the command line and specify objets to "auto-run" (execute an action, play a proc or a timeline). Useful for running installations automatically. Visual "runner" management is scheduled for the next release.
Haven't uploaded binaries yet.
Autumn has arrived, and traces have been left. #Tumulus
(photo (C)opyright Nikolaos Zachariadis)
Call for Works - deadline October 14, 2018!
In the run-up to the festival »#inSonic 2018: #AlgorithmicSpaces« (December 7–8, 2018) the #ZKM | Karlsruhe and the project »Algorithms that Matter« (#ALMAT) call for submissions of works dealing with space and the spatiality of calculation processes.
I populated the Research Catalogue page for #Mäanderungen (sound recordings still missing):
Some more photos from #Mäanderungen