An old photo from my studio in Berlin in 2001. In the middle an Apple PowerPC, to the right a Roland XP-80 (somehow a wrong choice), above a Yamaha A3000 (brilliant piece of gear), to the left a Samson mixer that I still have (most potis damaged by now), in the rack a dbx 566 compressor (it was nice, I miss it...), a Waldorf Microwave XT (miss it, although I no longer do that kind of music), an Aphex aural exciter, a Tascam DA 20 DAT machine, ...
found an old flyer :)
Tonight was a great concert, tomorrow we'll have a symposium block in the morning.
We already have a number of interesting proposals in - but since I posted late to SAR anncounce, we extended the deadline by a week to 08 December:
When you were little, did you play with those flip books that have halves (or thirds) of animals and you can recombine them in various ways?
Make yourself a cup of tea and settle in to the hybridizer:
#schwärmen + vernetzen book release
Wed 28.11.2018, 19h, Akademie #Graz, Neutorgasse 42
'schwärmen + vernetzen' explored transdisciplinary work in art. A collaboration of installation artist Nayarí Castillo, author Gertrude Grossegger, and sound artist Hanns Holger Rutz. Novel connections between text, space and sound.
The book combines work process, exhibition, and guest contributions.
Presentation: reading by Grossegger, concert by #AnemoneActiniaria (Pirrò & Rutz)
Proposals are invited that critically explore the space spanned by the different perspectives on simulation and experimental computation addressing their role in all areas of music, sound art and related research.
These thingees will go into the development of 'Körper γ'. The relays will be used as sound producers only (clicking). I'll use the expresso cans again, with one relay and one self-addressing LED per unit. The challenge is to make it loud enough and don't let it look like those damn christmas illuminations 😑 . Not sure about the sensors yet, thinking about coil mic.