TOUR TOUR places the question of vocal work and breath center stage. A small platform is the setting for a solo, completely based on the sound and gestures made by the dancer. Wheezing, laughter and other organic sounds are exuded at the heart of an open stage. David Wampach is choreographer to his own voice, handling his breath with care and allowing his body to play with the sounds induced by his imagination. An uneasy sound portrait unfolds in TOUR. Biography - Diego Dall’Osto Diego Dall'Osto studied Organ, Composition and Electronic music and obtained a PhD in Psychology at the UAB (Autonomous University of Barcelona, in Spain). His activity as a composer of instrumental and electronic music ranges over several areas: concert, theater, opera, ballet, sound installation and video art. His music has been awarded and has been performed at international level. At the moment he teaches 'Harmony and analysis' at the Conservatory of music of Mantova (Italy). studies Diploma in Organ, Vicenza
Hiram Butler Gallery James Turrell Selected Press Artist Videos Hide Videos Online Exhibition Catalog James Turrell From The Guggenheim Superstitious Thoughts We tend to impose order through superstition, rituals and conspirational explanations when there is a lack of control. Martin Butz in Anticipatory behaviour in adaptive learning systems wrote, “In the early 20th century, Bronislaw Malinowski noticed that islanders in the Pacific who fished offshore beyond the coral reef displayed many superstitious rituals and ceremonies to invoke magical powers for safety and protection, while inshore fisherman carried out their job with a high degree of rational expertise” Whilst in Modern day systems, Jennifer Whitson writes “People see false patterns in all types of data, imagining trends in stock markets, seeing faces in static and detecting conspiracies between acquaintances,”
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Edwin van der Heide und Jan-Peter E.R. SonntagRund-Funk-Empfangs-Saal For large dipole antennas and loop antennas in combination with a custom ELF-Wave-Space-Mixer, custom ELF frequency shifting receivers and other long wave receivers. sound reproduction: quadraphonic full range sound system When Heinrich Hertz saw sparks firing between the ends of a looped wire during an experiment in his darkened laboratory, and thereby realizing Maxwell's theorized electromagnetic wave, he had no idea yet for a purpose of this discovery. It was however only nine years later that morse code was 'sparked' around and just some more years that music was transmitted by means of transmitters. Radio was primarily developing as a live medium. For Rund-Funk-Empfangs-Saal the idea of the radio hall is being inverted. Edwin van der Heide and Jan-Peter E.R.
Michael Andrews (musician) In early 2000, Nancy Juvonen's brother Jim Juvonen gave Andrews a copy of the script for the as-yet-unmade feature film Donnie Darko. As had happened across Hollywood, Andrews was blown away by Richard Kelly’s idea. He recalled "[e]veryone knew Donnie Darko was going to be a cool movie. Everyone knew it was interesting." Kelly, for his part, was aware of Andrews's work with The Greyboy Allstars, and he also knew that Andrews made music under the name Elgin Park. The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation Gonzalez-Torres’ bio is updated monthly with new exhibitions, publications and press materials. The most current version of the bio can be downloaded here; information on current and upcoming exhibitions can be found below: Current Exhibitions On the Road.
Bioart and Bacteria - The Artwork of Anna Dumitriu WETWARE: Synthetic EvolutionThe Hunt for New AntimicrobialsDon't Try This At HomeSequenceThe Romantic DiseaseSuper-organism SeriesInfective TextilesModernising Medical MicrobiologyCommunicating BacteriaHypersymbiont SalonHypersymbiont DressStories From The Gut[micro]biologies: the bacterial sublimeBacteria Light LabCybernetic BacteriaCybernetic Bacteria 2.0Germ TheoryGone ViralBioReactorTrust Me, I'm an ArtistKryoLabThe Art and Science of LinenNormal FloraPublications and MediaTalksBooksWorkshopsBiography/Contact Anna Dumitriu is a British artist whose work fuses craft, technology and bioscience to explore our relationship to the microbial world, biomedicine and technology. She has a strong international exhibition profile, having exhibited at The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, The Science Gallery in Dublin, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Taipei, and The V & A Museum in London.