[artinfo] Become a Scientist! Build your own acoustic jungle! (fwd)
Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:21:00 +0200
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>Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 15:35:19 +0200
>From: V2_Organisation <email@example.com>
>Subject: Become a Scientist! Build your own acoustic jungle!
>Become a Scientist! Build your own acoustic jungle!
>V2_Organisation and Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes present: 'Sensible
>akustische Modules'. Under the banner 'Become a scientist! Build your own
>acoustic jungle!' three young artists from Cologne Felix Hahn, Miki Yui
>and Ralf Schreiber design acoustic modules which subtle sounds are
>triggered by light and audio signals.
>Hahn, Yui and Schreiber are all three graduates from the Academy of Media
>Arts in Cologne.
>In three programs (an exhibition, a performance, and a workshop) they focus
>on the relationship between humans and their acoustic environment. Their
>modules show that our surroundings are not entirely filled with 'noise' and
>subtly re-open our ears for the interaction between sound and environment.
>Monday 2nd July 2001, location: Goethe-Institut, Westersingel 9, 3014 GM
>Rotterdam, 20.00 till 22.00 hours.
>Opening speech by the artists.
>Exhibition 'ask 02 & solar sound modules nervous networks'
>Tuesday 3rd till Sunday 8th July 2001, location: Goethe-Institut, Tue Thu
>10.00 till 19.00 hours, Fri 10.00 till 17.00 hours, Sat Sun 14.00 till
>18.00 hours, entrance free.
>'ask 02' (acoustic survival kit)': Try on and experience acoustic
>waistcoats consisting of embedded electronic components which generate
>sound according to light intensity.
>'solar sound modules nervous networks': a group of electronic particles
>which move and produce sound under the influence of light. Together they
>form an organic system, the minimum construction for synthetic life: an
>Performance: 'Schwachstromelektriker & Datenrauschen'
>Friday 6th July 2001, V2_Organisatie during dot.nu program, 20.00 hours,
>entrance fl. 7,50
>'Schwachstromelektriker': With solar modules Miki Yui and Ralf Schreiber,
>supported by Felix Hahn, create live exciting beats and surprising rhythms.
>'Datenrauschen': is a program for live mixing of sound files, which can be
>loaded from the local hard drive or filtered off the Internet.
>Datenrauschen filters audio and subsequently integrates it into an ongoing
>sound collage. (concept/ design: Felix Hahn, programming Holger Reckter)
>Workshops Build your own solar bot and chaotic sound module
>Tuesday 3rd July and Wednesday 4th July 2001, location: V2_Organisatie,
>14.00 till 18.00 hours, entrance fl. 10,-
>The artists Yui, Schreiber and Hahn teach the participants how they can
>solder their own solar bot and solar sound module. Seats limited, booking
>advised, contact Nat Muller via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (010) 206 72 72.
>The events are part of the Wiretap 7 series. More info: www.v2.nl/wiretap
>Producers: V2_Organisatie, Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012 XL Rotterdam and
>Goethe-Institut, Westersingel 9, 3014 GM Rotterdam.