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tina 2006 - David Wolf and Somaya Langley - TBA

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part of the video, audio performance by Somaya Langley who uses gestural movements combined with accelerometer sensors attached to her outfit, and David Wolf who provided the visual feast to accompany the soundscapes. part of Electrofringe 2006 festival in Newcastle, Australia, on sunday 01/10/2006.

http://www.thisisnotart.org/

http://www.thisisnotart.org/Members/ben/david-wolf-and-somaya-langley-tba/

TBA explores sonic city spaces through a gestural interface. In the current sociological climate, the city can be an alienating yet sonically rich space. Individuals potentially relate more closely to the city, the buildings and architecture than they do to the other inhabitants. However, the city is an ever-changing environment demolishing buildings, resurrecting monuments simultaneous moments of destruction and resurrection. Using footage of Newcastle as well as abstract and generative 3D systems, elements are combined and manipulated in real time using custom built applications developed with Quartz Composer and Max/MSP.

tina 2006 - Lloyd Barrett panel - Mise En Scene

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part of Lloyd Barrett's panel session at Electrofringe 2006 in Newcastle, sunday 01/10/2006.

http://www.thisisnotart.org

http://www.thisisnotart.org/Members/ben/lloyd-barrett-mis-en-scene/

Combining schizophonic computer rendered soundscapes with graphical abstractions Mise En Scene is an exploration of film sound - in particular the importance of incidental sound in the creation of effective and diverse virtual environments. Using abstract methods of translating appropriated video and sound Mise En Scene demonstrates the very human ability to make sense out of nonsense when within a set of guidelines and expectations. Mise En Scene ultimately focuses on the creation of scenes from a variety of visual and sonic signifiers, the end result being akin to a strange dream open to interpretation.

tina 2006 - Robin Fox panel 02 - AV, XY & Z

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part of the Robin Fox session at Electrofringe 2006. he demonstrates his laser & music performance and speaks about his process.

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tina 2006 - Robin Fox panel 01 - AV, XY & Z

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part of the Robin Fox session at Electrofringe 2006. he demonstrates his laser & music performance and speaks about his process.

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Robin Fox @ Artspace, Auckland, 18/02/2006

Robin Fox performed live @ Artspace in Auckland on 18/02/2006.

this is a recording in three parts of his performance

http://www.aliak.com/node/2227 has some other documentation of the night

http://www.audiofoundation.org.nz

Audio Foundation Artspace Performances 18/02/2006

mhfs, Sean Kerr, Robin Fox performed live @ Artspace in Auckland on 18/02/2006.

this is a slideshow video of some photos taken on the night

http://www.aliak.com/node/2227 has some other documentation of the night

http://www.audiofoundation.org.nz/

music in the video is "Reel Life" by Cinematic Orchestra

Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society (KEAMS)

The Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society (KEAMS) was founded for the development of electro-acoustic music and computer music in 1993.

read more or
visit http://www.keams.org for more details

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Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF)

The Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF) held annually since 1993 is one of the biggest electro-acoustic music festivals in Asia, and also internationally well-known.

Every year over 100 composers from various countries submit their works for the festival, and about 20 pieces among them are chosen and performed at the festival. We also have invited special composers or performers for the festival such as DEGEM, CCRMA and Meta Duo.

read more or visit http://www.computermusic.or.kr/main_en for more details

updated links:
http://computermusic.asia
http://keams.org

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Liquid Architecture 7- Sydney details

The Sydney leg of the annual Liquid Architecture festival of sound arts starts Wednesday 5th July at the Performance Space. The Sydney Morning Herald has a preview: http://tinyurl.com/gqkoj. The week will be packed with performances, talks and workshops from local and international artists. Liquid Architecture is an essential event for anyone interested in contemporary sound and music. visit http://liquidarchitecture.org.au for more details

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Datacide

A new magazine for the grey zone of Noise & Politics, Datacide provides information on the cutting edge of technological subversion via sound and ideas. Assembled as part of an emerging Post-Media flow, Datacide is fueled by a current of enthusiasm and desire that does not seek legitimiation through the usual channels, but works as a tool to prompt the inquisitive and those becoming increasingly tired of the expediencies of journalism and self-interest.

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