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Tuesday, July 1 • 09:00 - 18:00

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We are excited to present a range of installations from NIME artists and researchers:

Fordham Park

The Pedalling Games (Kaffe Matthews)

New Academic Building, Weston Atrium

Tipping Point (Kathy Hinde)

Acoustic Cluster (Mari Ohno)

DOT, a videogame with no winner (Henrique Roscoe)

s_platters (Freida Abtan)

Quotidian Record (Brian House)

FADE OUT (Paul Destieu)

I am not playing violin (Jasper Fung)

Humming Mississippi (Jesse Allison and Frederick Ostrenko)

Convergence (Jordan Hochenbaum, Owen Vallis and Jasmin Blasco)

New Academic Building, Top Floor

Sense Boxes (Heather Frasch)

The Octopus (Michael Lyons, Haruka Mitani, Palle Dahlstedt and Axel Mulder)

Dirty Tangible Interfaces (Matthieu Savary, Diemo Schwarz, Denis Pellerin, Florence Massin and Roland Cahen)

Colpersys4 (Steve Symons)

New Academic Building, Mezzanines + Atrium

Rwar (Courtney Brown and Sharif Razzaque)

Roboterstück (Arne Eigenfeldt)

Deptford Town Hall

Echo Moiré (Matteo Marangoni)

Electronic Music Studios, Richard Hoggart Building

MirrorFugue (Xiao Xiao and Hiroshi Ishii)

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Arne Eigenfeldt

Professor, Music and Technology, Simon Fraser University|Vancouver|BC|Canada
Arne Eigenfeldt is a composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music, and is an active software designer. His music has been performed throughout the world, and his research in intelligent music systems has been published and presented in international conferences. He teaches music and technology at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts, is a co-director of the Metacreation Lab, and is a founding partner of Metacreative Technologies... Read More →

Axel Mulder

President, Infusion Systems
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Courtney Brown

Courtney Brown is an interactive sound artist, Argentine tango dancer, and computer music researcher. She is a doctoral candidate in Digital Media and Performance at Arizona State University, and a graduate of Dartmouth’s Electroacoustic Master’s Program. A former Fulbright Fellow, she developed interactive Argentine tango dance during her residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This on-going project gives dancers agency over music, their... Read More →
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Derick Ostrenko

Assistant Professor, LSU
Frederick Ostrenko, is a media artist and Assistant Professor at Louisiana State University. He holds a joint ­appointment in the Digital Art concentration at the School of Art and the Cultural Computing research group at the Center for Computation and Technology. Derick creates physical and virtual systems that examine the intersections of media, culture, and technology. Derick received his MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of... Read More →

Diemo Schwarz

Diemo Schwarz, born in Germany in 1969, is a researcher and developer at Ircam (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique-Musique, Paris), composer of electronic music, and musician on drums and laptop. | His research work includes improving interaction between musician and computer, and exploiting large masses of sound for interactive real-time sound synthesis, collaborating with composers such as Philippe Manoury, Dai... Read More →

Freida Abtan

Freida Abtan is a Canadian multi-disciplinary artist and composer. Her music falls somewhere in between musique concrete and more modern noise and experimental audio and both genres are influential to her sound. Her work has been compared to bands such as Coil, and Zoviet France, because of her use of spectral manipulation and collage. | Freida primarily works with samples of both musical and non-musical objects that she records herself and then... Read More →

Heather Frasch

HEATHER FRASCH is a sound artist whose work explores the intersection of acoustic & electroacoustic composition, improvisation, interactive performance, new media theory and sound installations. She holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley where she studied composition with Franck Bedrossian, and interactive electronic music at CNMAT with Edmund Campion & David Wessel. Her music has been performed at festivals and... Read More →

Henrique Roscoe

Henrique Roscoe is a digital artist, musician and designer. Works in the audiovisual area since 2004. Has a conceptual and generative project called ‘HOL’. All the compositions seek a correspondence between audio and video and they are performed live or in the form of videos or installations.  Makes part of the audiovisual duo ‘ligalingha’. Develops interactive installations, programming in Processing, vvvv and... Read More →

Hiroshi Ishii

Associate Director, MIT Media Lab
Where the sea meets the land, life has blossomed into a myriad of unique forms in the turbulence of water, sand, and wind. At another seashore between the land of atoms and the sea of bits, we are now facing the challenge of reconciling our dual citizenships in the physical and digital worlds. Windows to the digital world are confined to flat square screens and pixels, or "painted bits." Unfortunately, one can not feel and confirm the virtual... Read More →

House, Brian

Brown University|Providence|RI|USA
Brian House is a media artist whose work traverses alternative geographies, experimental music, and a critical data practice. He is interested in the contingent qualities of information and how we experience time in network culture. By constructing embodied, participatory systems, he seeks to negotiate between algorithms and the rhythms of everyday life. | | Currently, Brian teaches in the Digital + Media program at the Rhode Island School of... Read More →

Jasmin Blasco

Jasmin Blasco is a French/American artist living in Los Angeles CA. | Trained in Music Technology at the California Institute of the Arts, he is interested in the narrative and sculptural aspects of sound. | He is developing an investigative and exploratory practice over a variety of media in which research and collaboration play a fundamental role. | | In 2013 he launched The NOISE INDEX, a collaborative research platform to explore... Read More →

Jasper Fung

Jasper Fung (b.1988) is a Hong Kong based media artist, performer and musician. His work intertwines installation, music and sonic composition that significantly arouse introspection into today’s discourteous and coarse world alongside the rapid elimination of social interactiveness. Fung’s work explores the terrain over classical, alternative, sound and space, rooted in his determination to challenge any models of traditional... Read More →
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Jesse Allison

Experimental Music & Digital Media, Louisiana State University|Baton Rouge|LA|United States
Jesse Allison is a professor at LSU in Experiment Music & Digital Media. As part of the AVATAR initiative, he is actively performing research and collaboration into ways that technology can expand what is possible in the arts. As an artist, Allison has disseminated works and research around the globe through live performance art, interactive installations, virtual and hybrid worlds installations, and paper presentations. Allison received his... Read More →

Jordan Hochenbaum

Jordan Natan Hochenbaum is an artist concerned with finding meaningful connections between music, art, and technology. Currently, his work involves designing novel interfaces for expressive user interaction and musical performance, multimodal sensor systems, and playing and composing in a wide range of musical genres, from electronic music to North Indian classical. As a musician, Jordan actively releases music under the Natan H moniker. As... Read More →

Kaffe Matthews

Kaffe Matthews is an awarded sound artist composer who has been making new electro-acoustic music worldwide with things such as violin, theremin, sonic beds, NASA, sharks, children and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra since 1990. Acknowledged as a pioneer in the field of electronic improvisation and live composition, Kaffe has released 6 solo CD’s on the label Annette Works, and continues to direct vibratory interface design project... Read More →

Matteo Marangoni

Matteo Marangoni is a DIY enthusiast that operates at the margins of various artistic disciplines. His practice investigates the perception of space and the subject-object dichotomy through processes that articulate the real within idiosyncratic rituals. He is a founding member of the artist collective iii, curates the nomadic performance series “No Patent Pending” and writes about self-made performative media on Neural... Read More →
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Michael Lyons

Ritsumeikan University|Kyoto||Japan
Michael Lyons is a professor of Image Arts and Science at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto. His interest in experimental music dates to childhood backyard percussive improvisations, which were not consistently appreciated by the neighbours. As a teenager, Michael studied classical guitar and experimented with home-made analogue noise-making circuits and 1-bit Bach on a Motorola 6800 kit having only 2k of RAM. He has subsequently conducted research... Read More →

Owen Vallis

Owen Vallis is a musician and artist interested in performance, sound, and technology. As a co-founder of Flipmu, Owen explores a diverse range of projects including producing other musicians, composing his own music, building audio processors, and designing new hardware interfaces for musical performance. Having lived in Toronto, Canada, Wellington, New Zealand, San Francisco, Nashville, and Los Angeles, Owen has been able to develop a broad and... Read More →

Palle Dahlstedt

Palle Dahlstedt (b.1971), Swedish improviser, researcher, and composer of  everything from chamber and orchestral music to interactive and  autonomous computer pieces, receiving the Gaudeamus Music Prize in 2001. |  

Paul Destieu

Paul Destieu lives and works in Marseille, France. | His researches question tech­nology and its impact on our envi­ronment. His work exa­mines the situation of machines within our society noti­ceably fed by the history of media. He uses cali­bration, syn­chro­ni­zation pro­cesses or setup confi­gu­ra­tions as many means for art pro­duction. His art pro­duction focuses on the virtual and... Read More →

Steve Symons

Steve is a sound artist known for an innovative series of sonic augmented reality projects titled 'aura', more recently his 'Gigzine' project exploring mass-interaction at music events and as a member of the award winning Owl Project. He creates digital systems for his own use, which are often released as free and open-source tools via his muio.org ltd consultancy. | | Owl Project is a three person collaboration (Steve Symons, Simon... Read More →

Tuesday July 1, 2014 09:00 - 18:00
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