Monday, 10 June 2013

"How to win friends & influence people"

"How to win friends & influence people"
Mari Matsutoya and Annie Goh

Non-conceptual sound performance for laptops, analog instruments, voice, sensor controllers and Supercollider.

Performed for the first time as part of: 


Time:  Sat June 8, 19h

Space:   UdK Haus Salomon (a.k.a. "Medienhaus") 
Aula - room 110, second floor / erster Stock
Grunewaldstrasse 2-5 
U7 Kleistpark

Money:  0 -  € (i.e. donations welcome :-) 

Complex behaviors, whether in feedback systems, chaotic circuits, social systems and/or computer programs are fascinating objects of study. The Society for Nontrivial Pursuits (students, alumni and associates of the class Generative Art / Computational Art at UdK Berlin) explores the possibility spaces of such systems for experimental performance. They design, build and program their own audio/visual performance systems based on a variety of devices, sensors, analog electronics, and software synthesis, and use them in extremely diverse projects, often intended for performance contexts. 

Republic 111: Live coding network music since 2009. 
Performance may or may not include: gendytrouble, workingMan, kitties & doom, feedDriftCombX, callCenter, derLineal, plagiator, noergler, superSaw, urlaut, bubble, MUTE, and dropTape. 

Silicon Dream : Trillenium Xtreme miX

Chi-Hsia Lai:  WanderOnStage Untitled #1.2
The WanderOnStage project pursues a performance approach that brings together aspects of percussion performance and media technology. It is a series of structured sound improvisations called Untitled, in which each configuration is modified depending on the performance space. The setup consists of percussive objects, mallets, microphones, a custom software effect for spatialisation and delay, and a wearable device to control that effect. 

Mari Matsutoya and Annie Goh: How to win friends & influence people
Non-conceptual sound performance for laptops, analog instruments, voice, sensor controllers and Supercollider. 

Trio Brachiale:  Hybrid Improv #17 - the absence is always present
Ongoing series of improvised performances with minimalist pre-negotiation for maximalist surprise factor.  
Shut up, listen and play. 

Tobias Purfürst:  Fillmore Sketches 

Yair Elazar Glotman: Kohelet: Study in Maximalism no.3

Giuliano Obici:  laptop chorale / or / Lanhouse Concert

Liew Pichanan Niyomkarn: Hi Bhola No.2 

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