Marinos is working on a version with 3D graphics for the occasion! Come along! [SE 10.11]
Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS)
We are delighted to offer a series of workshops of interest to students who want to refresh their learning. Come along and meet the CLaSS and Library teams who can support you in your work.
17th November: Practice, practice, practice – getting to grips with numerical reasoning questions
17th November: Finding images using databases
17th November: Mind over matter: use your imagination for study success
17th November: New ways of seeing: assignment planning, research and discovery with a visual twist
18th November: Questionnaire design
18th November: Successful writing as an Art and Design student
18th November: Using electronic newspapers as a resource for your assignment
18th November: Word art: expressing your ideas in the creative industries
18th November: Be more productive and manage your stress
19th November: Visual approaches for effective learning
19th November: How to write when you don’t want to write
19th November: Taking a critical approach to your work
20th November: How to thrive as an introvert
20th November: How to make group-work work
20th November: Writing in Science and Technology
20th November: Confident communication
21st November: Taming your calculator
21st November: Using social media to raise your online profile
21st November: Thinking about your dissertation: writing the proposal
21st November: I wish I didn’t do that! Bad study habits and how to change them.
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Rendez-vous technologique et festif à l'Ircam du vendredi 21 au dimanche 23 novembre.
Joost Rekveld will give a presentation of his work and underlying research interests. He will mostly talk about recent projects through the lens of his current thinking about ‘Open-Ended Machines’. He will show how his fascinations with complex systems, sensory augmentation and the materiality of computing underly his abstract moving image and light works.
Joost Rekveld (b 1970, Netherlands) is an artist who is motivated by the question what we can learn from a dialogue with machines. In his work, he explores the sensory consequences of systems of his own design, often inspired by forgotten corners in the history of science and technology. These systems combine temporary dogma’s in the form of procedures or code, with more open-ended elements such as material processes or networks of interactions that are too complex to predict. His films, installations and performances are composed documentaries of the worlds opened by such systems, and in their sensuality they are an attempt to reach a more intimate and embodied understanding of our technological world.
His films have been shown world-wide in a wide range of festivals and venues for experimental film, animation or other kinds of moving image. He realized several installations and did many collaborative projects involving composers, music ensembles, theatre companies and dance companies. Since 1990 he has been putting together many film programmes, he curated several exhibitions and he occasionally publishes essays. He has been giving lectures since 1993, has been teaching since 1996, and from 2008 to 2014 he was the course director of the ArtScience Interfaculty of the Royal Conservatoire and the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.
At the moment he is starting his PhD research into ‘Open-Ended Machines’, investigating the dynamic between formalization and material agency by making a series of works that deal with the fundamentals of measurement and computing.Time and place:
- BEK - 13/11/2014 12:00
The Viva Voce of Ellen Røed, artistic research fellow at Bergen Academy of Arts and Design, takes place November 12th.
Her project has the title “Processing Change”.
Arrangementet vil foregå på norsk og engelsk, og er åpent for alle.
Inger Lise Hansen, professor, komitéleder
Kjetil Berge, førsteamanuensis
Anne Helen Mydland, professor
Ellen Røed forsvarer sitt prosjekt “Former for forandring” innenfor Program for kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid, ved Kunst- og designhøgskolen i Bergen, Avdeling for kunst.
Et videokamera fungerer som et slags tredje øye og inviterer til å samle bevegelige bilder fra omgivelsene. Samtidig kan kameraet bli til et ondt speil som minner kunstneren om at hun ikke nødvendigvis får kontakt med verden gjennom å filme den. Denne spenningen er drivkraften som ligger til grunn for Ellen Røeds stipendiatprosjekt. Gjennom videokunst har Røed reflektert over hva som oppstår mellom natur og bilder, mellom instrumenter og opplevelser, mellom verden og representasjoner av den. Prosjektet resulterte i utstillingen Skyvelære som ble vist på Galleri 3,14 i Bergen sommeren 2013, samt en kritisk refleksjon der de kunstneriske resultatene ble diskutert og plassert i henhold til kontekst, med fokus på den innsikt som er utviklet gjennom prosjektet.
Veiledere har vært Joost Rekveld (NL), kunstner og instituttleder ved Art Science Interfaculty i Haag og Trond Lossius, kunstner og FoU koordinator ved Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst.
- Auditoriet, Bergen Offentlige Bibliotek, Strømgaten 6 - 12/11/2014 13:00
New building, new habits: we are starting Thursday sessions "FRI – Cookie – 20".
Last week our Faculty held the KANO Autumn School of Computer Science, where 20 children from socially disadvantaged families were taught to programme.
2. 138th Convention, Call for Papers
3. Why You Should Subscribe to the E-Library
4. Discounts on Apple Products
5. Job Board Update
6. AES Journal October Issue Now Available
- en podcast à télécharger sur l'application gratuite iOS Webmedia Ina GRM
- ou à regarder directement :Mimetic,Présences électronique - 2014 - (15:51 )
Interview de Jérôme Soudan (Mimetic) en 2014 par Alexandre Bazin
Extrait de Niche.
Réalisation interactive : Dominique Saint-Martin
MTI Mix 2
We continue our 15th Birthday Season celebrating our members’ great success over the last year – and introducing some new members.
Michael Young Piano ProsthesisMichael recently joined DMU as Pro-Vice Chancellor (Teaching and Learning). He performs this interactive piano/computer piece himself.Virginie Viel Nuage NoirVirginie recently joined MTI as a research student after a Masters at Mons (Belgium) including studies with Annette Vande Gorne and Elizabeth Anderson.Simon Atkinson afterimagesA new work evoking the rich and mysterious sounds of nature, exploring composition as landscape.Louise Rossiter Cyclic MotionsLouise is a PhD research student in MTI - she has just returned from a composing residency in Montreal.
Marinos Giannoukakis Musica UniversalisA new work for computer-generated graphics and 8-channel sound. Marinos is a PhD research student in MTI.All welcome! Entry Free!
This is another event for the concert reports for MUST1009, MUST2003, MUST2007 and essential for MUST3000/3024 too!
Watch this space for our continuing MTI events serieshttp://www.mti.dmu.ac.uk/must/
C/ Roc Boronat 138
Free admission "Sounds never cease to exist, we are the ones to stop being able to perceive them or they become other forms of energy. With the appropriate technical means, we should be able to hear again the sounds that surround us constantly coming from the past" This is the assumption made by Marconi that I take as a metaphor for my recent sound projects.
8 "druid-speakers" distributed throughout the space are responsible for exploring and accompany the visitor to enter in a panvocal sonic world where artificial and natural voice enhance sound aspects of the occupied space, creating at the same time multiple dialogs between the space and the work; natural and supernatural voice; signifier and signified; past and present, taking us from the tempered singing to the spoken word, through a wide range of microtonal situations.This work has been possible thanks to the Phonos Grants program, it has been worked in its studios and used software developed at the Music Technology Group (Pompeu Fabra University) – Vocaloid and KaleiVoiceCope- for the generation and processing of the human voice. Josué Moreno November 2014
with the support of:Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura
Ajuntament de Barcelona: Barcelona Cultura
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Découvrez les lauréats de l'appel à performances initié par le Forum Ircam !
October 31. Trond Lossius opens his sound installation “The Place Sound Builds in Passing” in collaboration with Bergen Baroque at the Foundation 3.14 in Vågsbunnen. Recorded audio from different outdoor areas is moved into the gallery and transforms the sonic environment in a room that has its own history, its own soundscape and a distinctive acoustic.
Upcoming Friday, Saturday and Sunday, musicians will perform in the installation, and from November 4. Jeremy Welsh contriutes with his video works.
De senere årene har Trond Lossius gjort lydopptak i ulike utemiljø. Heller enn å være opptak av enkeltlyder og lydkilder, er dette opptak av lydomgivelser, og opptakene gir en fornemmelse av sted. Mange som arbeider med feltopptak fokuserer enten på det urbane, i en forlengelse av en futuristisk ”art of noise” tradisjon, eller gjør opptak i uberørt natur. Trond Lossius sine opptak er hovedsaklig gjort i bydeler og forsteder. Dette er steder som hverken er utpreget urbane eller uberørt natur, men hvor lydbildet i stedet blir en ”skitten” antroposcenisk miks. Opptakene kjennetegnes av auditive fellesnevnere som går igjen fra et sted til et annet, fra en bydel til en annen, og fra et land til et annet. Lydomgivelsenes kvaliteter er mer tidsspesifikke enn geografisk bestemte. Opptakene dokumenterer hvordan lydomgivelsene påvirkes av trafikk og andre kommunikasjonsmidler, og hvordan disse fremkomstmidlene har blitt en grunnleggende premiss for organiseringen av det moderne samfunnet.
Ansvarlige for produksjonen er Bergen Barokk og Trond Lossius som tidligere har samarbeidet i liknende prosjekt, – ”Lines Converging at a Distance”, under jubileet i Håkonshallen i 2011 og i konsertform som ”Brudd. Flate.” under Holbergdagene samme år. Produksjonen skjer i samarbeid med Stiftelsen 3,14, Bergen kirkeautunnale og Ekkofestivalen, med støtte fra Bergen kommune, Norsk kulturråd og BEK – Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst.
- 3,14 - 31/10/2014 to 09/11/2014
Stine Omar and Max Boss are Berlin based artists creating under the name of Easterjesus Productions in the fields of video art and pop music. At BLOKK they will show their 2014 serial drama Sadness is an Evil Gas Inside of Me surrounded by new works in relation to the Sadness.
Sadness is an Evil Gas Inside of Me premiered in September 2014 in Berlin and since then has been screened at MoMA PS1, NYC and Night Gallery, Los Angeles.
The synchronization of EASTER’s work as both musicians and artists, blurs and questions the boundaries between artists’ video works and traditional music videos.
The inherent reflection of the traditional music video as itself and the blending of genres which nourish their visual canvas, make their work an exercise of postmodernism and an aesthetic innovation at the same time. There are traces of an intricate compound of heterogeneous elements in their videos, such as pop symbolism, surrealistic films, American drama series, advertisements, performance or contemporary dance. The human body works simultaneously as vehicle of their music and as a sensual narcissistic and ambiguous way of seduction. (David Armengou)
BEK supports the exhibition with equipment.Time and place:
- Blokk - 31/10/2014 to 09/11/2014