1. live @raob, melbourne australia

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    hd-cam: cade
    vhs-cam: andras fox
    thks: a.tay, h.atkins, t.kamienko

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  2. A 30-minute collection of extracts from works created by Dimitris Papaioannou between 2001 and 2012, featuring seven projects:

    00:00—PRIMAL MATTER (2012)
    02:19—NOWHERE (2009)
    06:43—MEDEA (2008)
    10:43—INSIDE (2011)
    15:19—2 (2006)
    18:24—BIRTHPLACE (the Athens Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, 2004)
    25:05—FOR EVER (2001)

    dimitrispapaioannou.com
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  3. This tutorial begins to teach the concepts in Max that are needed to program in Max/MSP/Jitter and Max For Live.

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  4. Large groups of tape rolls go through a long process of development and degeneration. The extremely slow paced life of these objects is being revealed within an isolated space where everything starts from a symmetric composition. From this orderly state deviations and differences in behaviour slowly become visible through the force of gravity. Resulting in unpredictable shapes and movements that somehow feel familiar.

    More info: johanrijpma.nl

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  5. "This short video documentary, Tristan Perich: Mind the Machine, by Russell Oliver, explores artist and composer Perich’s processes and thoughts on automation, sound, systems, and art. As Perich describes it, he’s interested in “where the physical world around us meets the abstract world of computation and electronics.” Perich speaks throughout, describing his approach to his work, and the video includes a studio tour — his studio being as much an electronics tinkering zone as it is a musician’s home recording space. He’s at work, for example, on a variation on the microtonal wall that consisted of 1,500 small speakers, and the studio is filled with clear plastic boxes to help him manage all his parts. He connects his own minimalist — “bare bones,” in his words — approach to that of his father, the artist Anton Perich. Like his father, Perich has explored an automated drawing machine, images of which open the film. There’s some especially glorious material toward the end in which a chorus of exposed speaker cones accompany pianist Vicky Chow in a live performance." - disquiet.com

    Film by: Russell Oliver
    Camera: Canon C100

    tristanperich.com

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