1. SquareTalk - Song on Change

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    from Alice Brown n6902227 Added 193 0 0

    Using the SquareTalk infrastructure to create a visualised soundscape.

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    • HERMAN KOLGEN_LINK.C_perfo extracts

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      LINK.C based on Philip Glass’s String Quartet No. 2 / Herman Kolgen performed with string quartet. Performed for the first time with the Icare string Quartet, Rennes, France October 2014, Festival Maintenant http://www.maintenant-festival.fr The Opéra National de Bordeaux’s Charles Guivarch invited me to create a piece based on Philip Glass’s String Quartet No. 2. From the composition’s very first notes, I was struck by the music’s heightened sensitivity, spontaneously visualizing imagery that would weave together our memory traces between the lines, like invisible connections. These took on the form of temporal articulations, as if the links and ties that bind us together were frozen in time. Inspired by a fascination for a multifarious and fragmented kind of urbanity, LINK.C is a moving, elliptical representation of our urban areas. We are all interdependent thanks to a kind of proximity that’s both fragile and ambiguous. Our fragmented identity is rooted in the paradox between isolation and connectedness.

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      • "WIR SIND HIER" Ars Electronica performance

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        For the opening of the Ars Electronica in Linz 2013, I collaborated with Gözen Atila, performing as part of a provocative art project called ‘WIR SIND HIER’. The opening performance was composed out of different acts blending art and technology in order to engage and activate people in topics like freedom, civil rights, censorship and public surveillance. For our account Gözen Atila composed a piece and I played live sounds of field recordings of riots on top.

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        • Planets - Ars Electronica Festival 2014

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          Planets is an interactive performance by artist Andy Bates and dancer Michael Smith. The project aims to support connections between people, places and objects through live performances with interactive objects, named orbs. These performances occur in public spaces, led by Michael, a contemporary dance practitioner. Members of the public are invited to take an orb and join a performance, where their experience is guided by Michael's movements while entirely open to self expression and play. The first major presentation of Planets was at the 2014 Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria. The festival is an international event where hundreds of works at the intersection of art, science and technology are exhibited to large crowds for 5 consecutive days. A total of three Planets performances took place at the festival and are documented in this video. We hope you enjoy the footage and if you'd like to get in contact with Andy or Michael our details are below. Andy Bates - andybatesdesign@gmail.com - http://andybates.com.au Michael Smith - michaeljsmith93@gmail.com

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          • Schizophrenia Taiwan 2.0 Trailer

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            Starting in late 2013, the exhibition Schizophrenia Taiwan 2.0 introduces the work of young and emerging Taiwanese new media artists at Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Cyberfest, and Instants Video. From 2015, the exhibition will tour the USA, Canada, Argentina and Brazil. Taiwan’s schizophrenic nature will be diagnosed under the following lenses: a condensed symbol of world history, a powerhouse of the global digital economy and an ambivalent national status. Part of the world and at the same time apart from it, like a satellite, Taiwan observes, orbits, and transmits messages to this world. These messages coincide with the challenges and potential of globalization and cybernetics.

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            • Planets - Video Submission

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              from Andy Bates Added 32 0 0

              Planets is an interactive performance by artist Andy Bates and dancer Michael Smith. The project aims to support connections between people, places and objects through live performances with interactive objects, named orbs. These performances occur in public spaces, led by Michael, a contemporary dance practitioner. Members of the public are invited to take an orb and join a performance, where their experience is guided by Michael's movements but entirely open and forged by their individual desire. The first major presentation of Planets was at the 2014 Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria. The festival is an international event where hundreds of works at the intersection of art, science and technology are exhibited to large crowds for 5 consecutive days. A total of three Planets performances took place at the festival and are documented in this video. We hope you enjoy the footage and if you'd like to get in contact with Andy or Michael our details are below. Andy Bates - andybatesdesign@gmail.com - http://andybatesdesign.com Michael Smith - michaeljsmith93@gmail.com

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              • Root Node

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                from Nathan Guo Added 683 26 2

                Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light. Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science. The work functions as a reconfiguration of the exorbitant existence of techno narratives; as a poem depicting the metabolic process of signals; as “the reconstruction of deconstruction”; as a posthuman totem of worship… This work exhibited in 10 Years Interface Cultures at Ars Electronica 2014, Linz Austria. Thanks for the people who helps me finishing this piece, giving me advice and suggestions. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Album & Making of: https://www.flickr.com/photos/42196336@N02/sets/72157646835220387/ Video Shoot: Cristian Villavicencio Music: Chris Zabriskie

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                • Take a Number, Leave Your Head – Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab

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                  An Interactive Club Piece with Drinks, Dance and DADA. http://www.exile.at/stageofparticipation | http://www.exile.at | https://www.facebook.com/klaus.obermaier.works A unique mix of lounge, performance, audience participation and party. With a view towards the future, Klaus Obermaier and the Ars Electronica Futurelab have recourse to a historical art movement that still packs a punch even as it nears 100: the anti-art movement Dada with its predilection for the anarchic and absurd. 98 years after the first Salon Dada in Zürich's Cabaret Voltaire, a unique setting entitled Take a Number, Leave Your Head takes the Dada mentality that once rained down abuse on the bourgeoisie and lets it loose on our high-tech present. Club Absurd In the basement beneath the Ars Electronica Futurelab, a temporary club is set up featuring a bar and interactive zones in which visitors can get acquainted with Dada poetry. The space's soundscape can be distorted by mere gestures. And suddenly the ludicrous dramatics begin: actors and dancers morphing into virtual copies of those present. In this dramaturgical setting, audience members together with professional performers and high-tech tools create a setting for digital and physical absurdities. dance/performance: Michael Gross, Katharina Pfiel, Barbara Vuzem Special thanks to Kyle McDonald.

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                  • Die Wette

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                    • Unser Spielkamerad der Sherlock

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