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Monday, June 30 • 17:15 - 20:00

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Convergence is a sound sculpture that presents a sonic impression of information saturation, with increased access to information represented as an increased level of noise.

The concept of convergence was chosen as a metaphor for the implications of data consumption via the Internet. Real­time data is converted into sound, and converged into a central location, whereby the sum of the information may be experienced by the viewers. 


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... 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... 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... Read More →

Monday June 30, 2014 17:15 - 20:00 BST
New Academic Building, Weston Atrium Goldsmiths

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