I just got this today and I thought that some of these would be of interest, especially the Future of Sound event on Saturday with the Modified Toy Orchestra. Here are the details:
CYBERSONICA: FORTHCOMING EVENTS OF INTEREST
1. Digital Funfair @ Science Museum Lates – Wednesday, 22nd April – Science Museum, London
2. Future Of Sound / Future Of Light – Saturday, 25th April – Arnolfini, Bristol
3. Slade Technology Fayre – Thursday, 7th May – Slade Research Centre, London
4. Sonic Art – Sunday, 3rd – Saturday, 16th May – Blank Studios, Brighton
For more information on these and other Cybersonica and associated projects visit the websites:
Digital Funfair @ Science Museum Lates
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD
Nearest tube: South Kensington
Experience an adults-only evening of cracking ideas at this month’s Science Museum Lates. Be among the first to see our new exhibition Wallace & Gromit present A World of Cracking Ideas. Take part in our cheesy Lates Pub Quiz, try your luck at our Digital Funfair, or relive your youth in Launchpad. If you have any energy left, you can take part in a show from the anarchic Punk Science and enjoy live music, a drink… and of course some cheese!
Regular contributors to Cybersonica, Boredbrand’s Digital Funfair combines new media, dance music, film and stuff found lying around in the street to create an experience which people will remember for a long time. Its empowering media for all the family. Largely funny and occasionally funky. The Digital Funfair is mostly the work of Gavin Morris, Interactive Inventor.
Future Of Sound / Future Of Light
Saturday, 25th April 2009
Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
Afternoon Workshop and Talks, 2-5pm, £4/£3 concs
Evening Live Showcase & Installations, 7-11pm, £7/£5 concs
To book: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)117 9172300/01
Live performances from Modified Toy Orchestra, The Sancho Plan, Owl Project, Sarah Nicolls & Simon Whetham
An international collective of vanguard musicians, animators and visual artists come together for the Future of Sound – a tour of interactive presentations and performances exploring the latest innovations in experiential art and sound.
Hosted by electronic pioneer Martyn Ware, co-founder of Human League and Heaven 17, the Future of Sound unveils a ground breaking 3D surround sound system. ‘This is the holy grail of audio; 3D sonic imaging that challenges audiences to embrace a new take on experiencing sound.’ says Ware.
Workshop, artist talks and evening concert (please contact Arnolfini Box Office to book tickets)
Workshop – Steve Symons (Owl Project) – Muio workshop
2-3.30pm / Light Studio / £4/£3 concs
Limited to 10 places – please bring a laptop (preferably Mac) & headphones
Hands-on workshop using the muio interface – a modular system and USB hardware device for sensing and controlling the real world via programmes such as Pure Data, MAX/MSP, SuperCollider, Processing etc…
Artist Talks & Q&A
3.30-5pm / Dark Studio / £4/£3 concs
Exploring notions of the future of sound and light each artist has 15 mins to present a selection of work, respond to questions from the Chair and then participate in a group Q&A with the audience.
Chaired by Lewis Sykes, Cybersonica http://www.cybersonica.org
Anthony Rowe – squidsoup http://www.squidsoup.org
Kathy Hinde http://www.kathyhinde.co.uk
Nicolas Boritch & Joanie Lemercier – Anti VJ http://www.antivj.com
Brian Duffy – Modified Toy Orchestra http://www.warmcircuit.com
Installations – Dark Studio & Light Studio
6.30-11pm / Free
Blackout Arts – Rod Maclachlan & V.I., Kathy Hinde, squidsoup, Wrap3
Produced by Illustrious and Cybersonica. Bristol show co-curated by Blackout Arts.
Part of a weekend of sonic activity at Arnolfini with Interesting Sounds on Sunday, 26th April. Limited early bird ticket with Interesting Sounds event £15 / £10 concs – contact box office for bookings.
Slade Technology Fayre
Thursday, 7th May 2009
Slade Research Centre, Woburn Square (off Gower Street), London WC1 OAB
Workshop sessions, 11-5pm, Free
Evening event, 5-9pm, Free
Nearest Tube: Euston Square, Russell Square
Open Call: Anybody using technology in an interesting way to make art – or trying to make art!
Loosely modeled around the format of a science fair, Slade Technology Fayre is an informal non-hierarchical event, which seeks to gather skills and experience into the school and escalate the conversation surrounding work that makes use of technology in an interesting way.
At the Fayre all participants are both teachers and learners. Simply, the goal is to present projects or research that have a technological component. The only rule is that at some point along the line the research must have the aspiration to be read as an artwork.
For people used to presenting work in a critical context this is an opportunity to take a step back and share information about the often-invisible activities happening in the computer. For those less engaged with a critical sphere, the Fayre is an opportunity to get involved in a discussion about how the work is operating critically as well as technically.
The Fayre will feature:
– Speed dating- a quick introduction to each participant and their research
– Day-time workshop sessions
– Small group critiques
– A discussion event exploring the role of technology in art practice.
– Stands from useful companies
– An evening free for all.
Examples of the kind of projects you may want to show: Physical Computing, 3D printing, Robotics, Net Art, Novel Projection Methods, Hacking (hardware or software), Lighting, Live Video, Processing, Max/MSP, Isadora…etc etc etc
Email: email@example.com with FAYRE in the subject to get involved. All welcome.
Private View, Saturday, 2nd May, 7pm
Show, Sunday, 3rd – Saturday, 16th May 2009 (Thursday-Sunday), 1pm-8pm
Blank Studios and Gallery, 108 North Street Portslade, Brighton, BN41 1DG
Curated by Mike Blow – sound artist, lecturer and arts technician – Sonic Art is part of the Brighton Festival and includes work by Cybersonica AV Lab 08 artists Ali Ballard, Sabine Vogel and Bruno Mathez.
The Private View on 2nd May, 7pm and features performances from Ali Ballard and Sabine Vogel, plus Harry Neve, Joseph Young and Yaporigami.
All warmly invited.
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