Nov 21, 2019

Lauren Sarah Hayes

FluCoMa at hcmf// 2019

In a concert exploding with software, five of the world’s leading electronic performers show us what it’s all about. Looking at the spaces around them, the artists involved in the University of Huddersfield’s Fluid Corpus Manipulation project intertwine digital and physical worlds. With a stash of computer processes that manipulate sounds, their music flows together, juggling up techniques and ideas they’ve been sharing for 14 months as a virtual community.

Co-produced by hcmf// and the FluCoMa project

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725899)

Oct 21, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Monique Jean - Troubles

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 28, 2019

Dominic Bonelli

Barrett Honors Defense

REAL-TIME SYSTEM FOR MAPPING AUDIO TO HAPTICS FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANT USERS

Oct 21, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Algo - Duck-Rabbit

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 07, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Water Borders - Harbored Mantras

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Sep 23, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: rkss - DJ Tools

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 12, 2019

Cecilia Wu, John Robert Ferguson & Lauren Sarah Hayes

Embodied Sonic Meditiation

Collaborative performance at MOCO 2019.

Oct 10, 2019

Xin Wei Sha, Jessica Rajko, Todd Ingalls, John MacCallum, Teoma Naccarato, Lauren Hayes, Garrett Johnson, Emiddio Vasquez, Brandon Mechtley, Chris Ziegler, Seth Thorn, Connor Rawls, Peter Weisman and Assegid Kidane

Co-constructing Events in Responsive Environments

ABSTRACT. A series of workshops, performances and installations hosted by Synthesis & AME at the iStage

We present a suite of approaches to how ensembles of people, technical objects, and processes can co-construct events that make ethico-aesthetic sense to the participants. The intents and techniques range widely: from creative uses of gesture-following or vibro-tactile feedback or whole body interaction in performance works (e.g. Naccarato, MacCallum, Hayes, Rajko, Ziegler, Thorn), to using body-borne sensing, and camera / acoustic feature following and realtime media to study the dynamics of rhythm, sense and affect. (e.g. Sha, Ingalls, Johnson, MacCallum, Naccarato, Rajko.)

Oct 03, 2019

Lauren Sarah Hayes

Studio 300

The Studio 300 Festival explores creative manifestations of technology through concerts and exhibitions of digital art and music. This year’s festival will feature concerts in Haggin Auditorium, and multimedia gallery exhibits in the Morlan Gallery and the online Studio 300 BYTE Gallery. Artists and musicians from Lexington and across world will be participating. A late-night concert will take place off campus at Al’s Bar. Works exploring or utilizing the python computer language, artificial intelligence, haptic interfaces, data visualization/sonification, robotics, hardware and internet hacking, virtual/augment reality, ecological art/music, and interactive internet art/music are particularly welcomed, although all digital art and music submissions on other topics are also encouraged and will be equally considered for programming. Also, “Resilience” is the campus-wide theme for the university for the 2019-2020 academic year, so works that also broadly address resilience (or ephemerality) in digital art/music or human experiences are welcome. Finally, proposals for demonstrations, talk/paper presentations, workshops, or panel discussions are invited.

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