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Anastasia Ferguson | HTMLLES 2016. Benoit Pic (@benpic12) • Instagram photos and videos. CHAMPAGNE CLUB SANDWICH. WORK — Vincent Raineri. Work — Rémi Vincent - Direction, Art direction, Motion design & VJ. Freelance. Montréal. Awards:Grand Prix at Grafika 2015Prix Numix 2014 (Cultural production / Immersive video projection).Winner of Luminothérapie 2013Client : Quartier des SpectaclesUne création de Champagne Club Sandwich Trouve BOB is a big animated game projected on 7 buildings in Quartier des Spectacles in Montreal. Just one simple rule : find BOB, hidden in 7 acid and psychedelic worlds, between a bunch of crazy and mad characters.

Trouve BOB est un grand jeu animé projeté sur 7 façades dans le Quartier des spectacles à Montréal. Une règle simple : trouver BOB, caché dans 7 univers psychédéliques parmi une multitudes de personnages aussi fous les uns que les autres. Conception / direction:Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau, Rémi VincentGraphic design / Illustration:Delphine Dussoubs, Aurélien JeanneyMotion design / Animation:Rémi Vincent, Delphine Dussoubs, Aurélien Jeanney, Pierre PrieurSound design:Jean-Sébastien RouxCamera / Edit (making of):Bruno Destombes. Myriam Boucher on Vimeo. Work - GRIDSPACE. TIND :: - Accueil. Diagraf. Métropolis 2 August 25, 2018, 23:00 - 06:00 Nocturne 3 August 24, 2018, 21:30 - 02:35 Nocturne 5 August 26, 2018, 21:00 - 03:00 Who Montréal-based DJ, VJ, designer and filmmaker Patrick Trudeau Style Abstract geometries layered over found film footage and stylized terrestrial and celestial geographies Labels Unreal Dwelling Studio Latest He has recently performed with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal at the Maison Symphonique, and presented works at the 360 degree Satosphere; performed at Decibel festival and Mutek MX More An enthusiast and student of classic films, he runs a private screening group called Pat’s Twisted History of Modern Cinema MUTEKs.

Hugues Clement on Vimeo. Diagraf - Accueil. MAPP MTL - Arts et divertissement - Montréal - 36 avis - 294 photos. Ryoji Ikeda. Ryoji Ikeda was born in Gifu, Japan in 1966.[1] In addition to working as a solo artist, he has also collaborated with, among others, Carsten Nicolai (under the name "Cyclo. ") and the art collective Dumb Type. His work matrix won the Golden Nica Award in 2001.[2] In May – June 2011 a presentation of three of the artist's immersive audio/visual projects, The Transfinite, was exhibited at the Park Avenue Armory.[7] In 2014, Ikeda was awarded the Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN 2014. As a result, he began his residency at CERN in July 2014 until 2015, during which he developed supersymmetry and micro | macro.[8] Discography[edit] Recordings[edit] 1000 fragments (cci recordings, 1995 & Raster-Noton, 2008)+/- (Touch, 1996)time and space (Staalplaat, 1998)0°C (Touch, 1998)Mort Aux Vaches (Mort Aux Vaches,1999 & 2002)99: Variations For Modulated 440Hz Sinewaves (Raster-Noton, 1999)matrix (Touch, 2000).

As Part of Dumb Type[edit] Compilations[edit] Publications[edit] Other References[edit] Sonia Paço-Rocchia. Au-delà du hashtag : échecs et devenirs | HTMLLES. Fonderie Darling | Accueil. Platform for Arts Science Research & TechnologyActeurs - Platform for Arts Science Research & Technology | Arts Numériques en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. Elektrafestival. ISOTOPP | HERMAN KOLGEN. Based on 2 years of collaboration with the researchers Jean-Charles Thomas then Thomas Roger, Herman Kolgen has conceived a system linked to an interpretation of the GANIL research activities for a visual and sound performance and installation. On stage, the system is linked in real time with the Nuclear Center. Several prototypes has been made in Montreal and Europa before his first public appearance with the scientists on May 12th at the Cargo.

Le GANIL proceeds to study this phenomenon by colliding nuclei at very high speed. The basis is to crash beam at 100 000 km/sec of heavy ions (elements whose the weight is located between the atom of carbon and the atom of uranium) into the nucleus targets. The effects of this bombardment are recorded by sensors, then studied in detail by the researchers. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer – MAC Montréal. TodaysArt - a global network for art and creativity.

Xlr8r. GitHub - keijiro/Prisma: Pepper's ghost live visuals for VRDG #4. Les thématiques | Stereolux. §. Euclidean MIDI Patterns · Wouter Hisschemöller. Screenshot In January I posted a Euclidean rhythm generator in Flash. Polyrhythms generated by a mathematical algorithm. I wanted the next version to be able to send MIDI, so I could use it with software like Ableton Live and hardware music machines like my Elektron Machinedrum. Since Flash doesn’t do MIDI I spent the last few months learning Java and rebuilt the pattern generator to add MIDI capabilities. Running the application The Java app doesn’t run in the browser, so I can’t show it embedded on the web page like I’m used to with Flash projects. . * The JAR file needs the runtime for Java v1.6 (also known as Java SE 6) to be installed.

To compensate for the lack of an embedded app here’s a video with a short overview of what the Euclidean Pattern Sequencer does: Features The features are basic in this first version: Double click anywhere in the lower panel to generate a new pattern. Pattern generator control bar Pattern Settings Panel Once a pattern is selected it’s settings can be edited:

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Liste de festivals axés Arts Numériques. Financements. Studios FR & lyonnais. Questionnements. Data visualisation. Beaux Projets Arts Numériques. La création numérique vers un art de l'immersion. Course Catalog | Kadenze. L’art numérique existe-t-il ? L’art numérique existe-t-il ? C’est une des questions que pose le numéro de la revue bilingue Art Press 2 du mois de mai, intitulé "L'art dans le tout numérique" (le lancement est prévu le 4 juin prochain au Centre des arts d'Enghien -les-Bains qui a collaboré au numéro et publie un supplément ). Le numéro se prolonge en ligne avec les textes de Warren Sack, Lev Manovitch, Franck Cormerais.

Question passionnante car elle en engage bien d’autres : à partir du moment où la technologie devient si présente qu’elle est un outil largement répandue dans la création artistique, qu’elle est un objet de discours de plus en plus courant en art, et qu’elle modifie le rapport au monde de nous tous, et donc de tous les artistes, il paraît de plus en plus difficile de considérer qu’il existe une sorte de catégorie artistique qu’on appelle « arts numériques ». La question serait alors de savoir quelle place occuperait l’arrivée du numérique dans l’histoire de l’art : celle d’un médium ?

Friday Late ‘Sound It Out’: Boiler Room Reflections. The first Friday Late of 2014, 'Sound It Out', saw an incredible 5812 visitors to the Museum to experience a night dedicated to the exploration of music's relationship to technology - from analogue to digital, from live streaming to digital manipulation. A large part of the evening's success, no doubt, was the involvement of Boiler Room. Showcasing the most exciting new electronic music scene via the world's largest online music platform, Boiler Room has become a global phenomenon.

Here, Boiler Room offer up some reflections from the evening as well as presenting videos from three of the performers, Rival Consoles, Eli Keszler & Helm and Steven Warwick, specially recorded from the night. Enjoy! A mooted link-up between the V&A and Boiler Room didn't seem immediately obvious at first. What appeared bizarre in concept felt very natural in the flesh. There's more of a dialogue going on between the V&A and contemporary culture than people would imagine. Behind the Scenes at Friday Late ‘Sound It Out’ | Victoria and Albert Museum. January’s Friday Late ‘Sound It Out’ was an incredibly successful evening with 5812 visitors in total and many more who were sadly unable to get into the Museum as we reached maximum capacity by 8.30pm – a first in the history of Friday Late. The event looked at music’s relationship to technology. The projects we showcased represented a breadth of work that explored different technological design processes, and the ways in which they can be used to manipulate your experience of music.

The evening’s programme was highly ambitious – I was feeling a little out of my depth but excited to work through all the technical challenges that a music and technology evening would bring. Discussions with our first participant Boiler Room began back in the summer of 2013. PAN setting-up for the evening. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Also involved were London Modular. Simon from London Modular showing his synthesiser. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The V Motion Project. A 250' Telescope Hosts Brian Eno's Generative Projection Art. Photo credit: Bluman Associates The Lovell Telescope has sat in the northwest of England for nearly 60 years, searching through the depths of space and helping to discover quasars, examine pulsars and starburst galaxies, and study the cosmic microwave background, and it was the first telescope to unearth the supposed starless 'dark galaxy' VIRGOHI21.

Just recently, as part of the Bluedot festival, the iconic landmark was home to a monumental version of Brian Eno's artwork 77 Million Paintings. Eno's generative audiovisual piece dates back to 2005, when the musician and artist began experimenting with multiple projectors focused on a single area to create an image. It has since evolved, and now Eno uses software to randomly select from banks of images—around 460 all created by Eno, some of which are hand drawn—which are then layered on top of one another and combined with audio to create an ever-changing light installation. You can check out the visuals below. Related. Bjö Enjeux et structuration d'une "filière" art numérique.

8 femmes d’art numérique. Symbiosis - Mr Sakitumi & The Grrrl collab with Bad Weather and C&S. UVB-76. UVB-76, also known as "the Buzzer", is the nickname given by radio listeners to a shortwave radio station that broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz.[1][2] It broadcasts a short, monotonous buzz tone , repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, 24 hours per day.[1] Sometimes, the buzzer signal is interrupted and a voice transmission in Russian takes place.[3] The first reports were made of a station on this frequency in 1982.[4] Its origins have been traced to Russia, and although several theories with varying degrees of plausibility exist, its actual purpose has never been officially confirmed and remains a source of speculation.[5] The name[edit] Format[edit] A spectrum for UVB-76 showing the suppressed lower sideband.

The station transmits using AM with a suppressed lower sideband (R3E), but it has also used full double-sideband AM (A3E). Voice messages[edit] Sometimes the buzzing sound is interrupted and a voice message is broadcast. Unusual transmissions[edit] "Я – 143. It's Singing Pavement That Serenades Your Shadow. A small stretch of pavement in Mesa, Arizona brings a spontaneous concert to the community in the latest project by Quebecoise design collective Daily tous les jours. Mesa Musical Shadows consists of a series of interactive sidewalk tiles at the Mesa Arts Center embedded with sensors and microphones that emit melodic sounds in accordance to the ebb and flow of surrounding shadows. The sounds produced are dependent on both the shape of the shadows and the time of day the project is encountered, resulting in a dynamic experience each time you visit the sidewalk. Mesa Musical Shadows. Images courtesy Daily tous les jours 14 different vocalists were involved in the production of Mesa Musical Shadows’ sounds, and four separate scores were composed and edited for each time of day by the project’s musical director, David Drury.

“The sounds triggered in the morning are peaceful and ethereal: sustained choral tones that follow your long shadow, singing you into your day. Related: The Future of VR Will Be Social, Culturally Diverse—Oh, and It's Already Here. Still from The Rose and I by Eugene Chung, Jimmy Maidens, Alex Woo. Images courtesy New Frontier Envisioning a world where inequality and suffering melt away thanks to virtual reality and 80s pop culture, Ernst Klein's novel Ready Player One is a seductive prophecy for the media landscape of tomorrow—and today. Shari Frilot, The Sundance Film Festival's experimental New Frontier program Chief Curator, thinks it's close to becoming a reality, and could have far-reaching implications for identity politics worldwide.

Frilot already sees new mediums like VR as a haven for women and people of color. Since New Frontier began in 2007, Frilot has been on a hunt for the most innovative experiments in new media, curating work from artists like Paul D. Miller, Kahlil Joseph, Milica Zec, Vassiliki Khonsari, and Yung Jake. Hunger in Los Angeles by Nonny de la Peña Still from Accross the Line by Nonny de la Peña. Waves by Benjamin Dickinson and Reggie Watts Related: James Turrell Illuminates a Memorial Chapel in a Berlin Cemetery. What better way to memorialize the dead than with a serene, contemplative light installation by James Turrell?

The prolific light artist currently has a show on view in Berlin, inside the memorial chapel of the Dorotheenstadt Cemetery. Turrell customized the interior architecture of the chapel to optimize the light program. The result, a one-hour light show designed to coincide with sunset, is spooky and peaceful, muted and playfully neon. For two hours around 9pm, when the sun sets in Berlin summers, the chapel’s LEDs play a game with the fading light outside. To accommodate the viewers’ low attention span, the viewing period, which includes a 30-minute art historical talk in German, is reduced to just one hour. As viewers enter the chapel, it glows in a rich blue. When the program begins, the altar slowly cycles through a number of color changes every two minutes. After the program is over, the church appears even more radiant, now a glowing structure in the dark cemetery.

Related: Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) The Serious Relationship of Art and Technology. Both technology and art define and continue to reshape the world we live in. Re-imagining what we know as real or as a solid ground, pushes not only our opinions and understandings of nature to the limits, but with new inventions and experiments, both the mind and the body, the language, and the world itself seems to be making room for a new sphere and new rules. Governed by the new aesthetics, the virtual, the scientific and the logic that is beyond belief, technology in art challenges our perceptions and that is what creativity and science are all about. If we are to understand that art reflects the period of time we are all in, how are we to grasp the growing number of young contemporary artists that base their practice on the presentation of immaterial and ephemeral things?

Steina and Woody Vasulka – Feed Fields Back, selected still frames. Image via The Beginning The truth is that technology has been providing artists with new ways of expression since its beginning. Akinori Goto at Spiral Independent Creators Festival 2016. Interactives | Exhibitions | 2008 | Looking at Music | Anderson. Laurie Anderson A former child prodigy on the violin, Anderson has her feet planted firmly in the world of art and of music. In her art practice, the violin is more than a musical instrument or accompaniment—it is a natural extension of her body. But Self-Playing Violin is autonomous; it makes its own music, and the artist performs duets with it.

Three artist’s books by Anderson further describe her experimentation of the period, which transcended boundaries of medium. View ScheduleInterview with Laurie Anderson Laurie Anderson (American, born 1947). Laurie Anderson (American, born 1947). Our Time - United Visual Artists 2016. Fluxus. Peter Greenaway - From Pillow Book to VJ : Ellen's Blog. NoTV Visual Music - - Peter Greenaway - Live Cinema. Laurie Anderson. Lyon Digital Art & lnterdisciplinary Media (Lyon) FLAIR - Design for Creation & Research. XLR Project | Home.

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