Category: Electronics

Arash Kamangir | آرش کمانگیر

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Elerelé

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Elerelé is a Sonic art Installation realised by electromagnetic relays which are interacting with MaxMsp programme. The main Idea of creating this project was to verify the repetitive and non-repetitive patterns, how we perceive these patterns as a general sonic texture and finally to verify our recognitions to understand how we identify the receptive and non-repetitive sonic textures? How precise could be our identification?

For building the hardware part (instrument) I used an Arduino as my microprocessor and electromagnetic relays to generate the sonic part. The programming part created to interact with the Arduino to generated the clicks and specific frequencies in RealTime.

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NORÐ – Royal Festival Hall

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The work is an ambient representation of the stunning and diverse Nordic landscapes. Thomsen collected the different sounds, via an open call for sample sounds taken from Nordic countries and arranged them to create this composition. Many of the submissions had links with water in different forms: ice (arctic), running brooks and rivers, boiling (Icelandic geysers), air, vapour, rain, and the sea, which connects all Nordic countries. The piece references current issues such as global warming and is a reflection on the fragile ecology of the coastal regions.

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Klang Symposium

The “EpisodeX” project is having another good opportunity to be performed in public, this time in Germany. The project has been accepted as the selected acousmatic composition during the Kling gut! Symposium on sound art due June 08-10 2017 in Hamburg – Germany.

International Sound Art Competition /Finalists of The Engine Room Competition announcement

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We are delighted to announce the finalists of The Engine Room 2017: International Sound Art Competition. We received an unprecedented number of high-quality submissions from all over the world and we are pleased to present works from the following artists:

William Aikman (UK) Mathevet Frédéric (France) Amirabbas Mohammadi (Iran)
Simon Bennison (UK) John Grieve (UK) Chris Pulley (USA)
Liliana Carvalho (UK) Myungduk Kim (Germany) Alexandra Spence (Australia)
Jason Charney (USA) Dan Knight (UK) Jojo Taylor (UK)
George Cloke (UK) Otso Lähdeoja (Finland) Xavier Velastin (UK)
Dirk D’Hulster (Belgium) Nolan Lem (USA) Phil Wilson-Perkin (UK)
Laura Daly (UK) Mara Marxt Lewis (UK)

The winners of the competition, selected by The Engine Room’s panel of judges including Tony Herrington, Annie Mahtani and Janek Schaefer, will be announced on the opening night of the exhibition at Morley Gallery on 03 May, 2017.

The Engine Room is a Morley College London initiative, continuing Morley’s legacy as a leading centre for experimental music and sound art. The competition and exhibition are supported by The Wire, IKLECTIK, HHB, Academia, Genelec, and Bigger Boat Distribution.

https://engineroomlondon.org/competition/


 

MuTe FEST ’16

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EpisodeX” performed in Black Box Hall of Sibelius Acadamy during the MuTe Fest ’16.

MuTeFest’16: New Works from the CMT
Wed 23.11. at 7.00 pm
Black Box, Helsinki Music Centre
Tickets: EUR 6.50 (Ticketmaster), EUR 5 (Music Centre)
New works of composers based at the Centre for music and technology. The concert consists of acousmatic works, live electronics, music for instruments and tape etc.

MuTeFest’16: New Works from the CMT
Ke 23.11. klo 19.00
Black Box, Musiikkitalo
Liput: 6,50 € (Ticketmaster), 5 € (Musiikkitalo)
Uusia Sibelius-Akatemian musiikkiteknologian aineryhmän opiskelijoiden ja opettajien sävellyksiä. Konsertissa kuullaan muun muassa akusmaattista musiikkia, live-elektroniikkaa ja musiikkia perinteisille soittimille ja ääninauhalle.