1. Satellite Skin/Coupling Medium (installation @ Kunstruimte TETEM)


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    Installation of Satellite Skin/Coupling Medium at Kunstruimte TETEM, Sept 18 - Nov 17 2014 in Enschede. Two simple platforms, a microphone and a speaker allow two people to become entangled with an acoustic feedback loop and a technological communications device of old world materials. More information: http://www.jonathanreus.com/index.php/project/satellite-skin-installation-2014/

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    • Nieuwe Koek impression (31may-8june 2014)


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      This video give an impression of the exhibtion Nieuwe Koek, 31st - 8 June 2014 in CHV Noordkade, Veghel. Nieuwe Koek involves the organisation and presentation of an exhibition by a group of young international artists in the former factory complex in Veghel. Together they aim to bring Nieuwe Koek (New Cake) to the CHV terrain of Veghel: A place famous for producing cattle-fodder now embraces innovative art. The artists’ aim is to let the audience experience the CHV terrain as it comes to the end of its transitional period, moving from the past to the present and looking towards the future. The artists respond to the architectural, historical and geographical aspects of the location. A part of the project is to look for relationships between their work, the unique location of a post-industrial complex and its visitors. In the beginning of June Nieuwe Koek will be the first exhibition at Kunstgroep De Compagnie’s new location. Artists involved: Jet Smits, Angela de Weijer, Mischa Daams, Charlotte 't Hart, Virginie Dubois. Jonathan Reus, Emily Whitebread, Sebastian Frisch, Roel Heremans facebook.com/nieuwekoek nieuwekoek.wordpress.com Credits: Cinematography - Tanja Busking Edit- Anne Fehres Music - Hyde Park (Kamiel Rongen) Graphic Design - Dayna Casey Not shown: Noctune Ensemble by Sebastian Frisch and in part Cosmic Matter by Emily Whitebread.

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      • Coded Matter(s) #2: Sound Hackers


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        Following the success of "Coded Matter(s) #1: Unfolding Space", FIBER and Flemish Cultural Centre de Brakke Grond presented the second edition of "Coded Matter(s)", titled ‘Sound Hackers’. During this Sunday afternoon matinee we experienced the rising possibilities and new expressions in sound and music due to emerging technologies and code. Software and the internet enabled people to produce and distribute music from their home computer. Nowadays the development of powerful mobile technology and accessible coding languages adds a whole range of possibilities to the production and performance of sound and music. The instruments that create and play sound are prepared with spatial, sensory and tangible interfaces. Musicians, sound artists and other sonic creatives expand the possibilities between physical materials and software by using light, projections, sensors, code and data as integral part of their work. We’ll also investigate the role of digital processes which enable the merging of virtual and analog instruments. The afternoon was filled with talks and performances by artists like audio-visual performer Paul Prudence, creative sound collective Soundlings (the current artist in residence at STEIM) & Gareth Davis (clarinet) and designer Pieter Jan Pieters (founder of studio OWOW). FULL LINE-UP: Paul Prudence (audiovisual performance) iMac Music, Jonathan Reus & SonoLab (audiovisual performance) Soundlings & Gareth Davis (performance) Sound on Intuition, Pieter Jan Pieters (performance) Rosis Tres, Marcus Graf (talk) Buqs, Teun Verkerk & Joris Hoogeboom (showcase) Dick Rijken, STEIM (introduction) More information: http://www.codedmatters.nl/event/sound-hackers Credits: Camera and editing by Tanja Busking tanjabusking.nl Intro/Outro Graphics & Sound from 'Scalar' App by Evgeniy Vaschenko, commissioned by FIBER for Coded Matter(s) #2: Sound Hackers. http://v4w.enko.ffspace.info/ Music Artist: Tapage Album: Seven Track 1: One of Seven Track 2: Five of Seven http://raumklangmusic.bandcamp.com/album/seven Coded Matter(s) is supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL

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