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Wednesday, July 2 • 22:30 - 22:50
FHM - Colloidal Shiver

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Colloidal Shiver

Excited by the sonic possibilities offered by digitally augmented instruments, the collaborative practice of Ferguson/Hayes/Michalakos explores common themes of physicality, gestural interaction, and responsiveness in live electronic music. This trio utilises laptop-processed electric guitar with external controllers; drum machines, haptic-controllers, analogue synthesizers and laptop; and a computer augmented drum kit. The goal is to navigate a sonic territory that darts from spattered beats, to tightly coupled rhythmic passages, through free noise improvisation, to gratuitous pop ‘hooks’, all the while striving to negotiate structures and establish communication within a collaborative improvisational environment.

***PLEASE NOTE: COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ALL DELEGATES OF NIME CONFERENCE*** 

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avatar for Christos Michalakos

Christos Michalakos

Lecturer, Abertay University
Christos is a composer, performer, sound artist and software developer. His work explores the relationships between sound, space, games and bespoke performance environments. | | He has presented works and talked at a wide range of conferences and festivals including the London Jazz Festival (London 2015), Game Developers Conference (San Francisco 2015), ACM Creativity and Cognition (Glasgow 2015), New Interfaces for Musical Expression (Oslo... Read More →
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John Robert Ferguson

Visiting Assistant Professor, Brown University
John Robert Ferguson is a post-digital/electronic musician and visiting assistant professor at Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments (MEME), Brown University.
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Lauren Hayes

Arizona State University
Lauren Sarah Hayes is a composer/performer/improviser from Glasgow,UK. Her work explores physicality and tactility within live electronicmusic through performance systems comprising ad-hoc combinations ofbespoke software, prepared piano, analogue monosynths, drum machinesand electronics. She enjoys performing her music around the world inunconventional spaces, engaging with a broad range of collaborators,as well as writing about the musical... Read More →



Wednesday July 2, 2014 22:30 - 22:50
Amersham Arms New Cross

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