1. Probe

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    'Probe' is a site-specific sonic installation at the Diapason Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Michael J Schumacher and Nisi Jacobs. A word of thanks to Bert Reijnen and Wolfgang Gil. http://www.diapasongallery.org/ http://www.pauldevens.com

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    • Workshop soundart at Intro | In Situ, 2012

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      2nd grade students sink their teeth into the interdisciplinary aspects of sound art for a week. This video summarizes the results. Charlotte Koenen: "Project Intro In Situ" Linda van Kerkhof: "Monochrome Sonificatie" Maarten Davidse: "Koffieshop" Dennis Muñoz: "Childs Play" Thomas Hütten: "Werkplaats" Vera Gulikers: "Droomvanger" Joep Hinssen: "1/60" Sophia Kirst: "Saint Tropolis" Christian Berens: "Do Not Stress The Flowers With Politics - let them better be drawn by impressionists" Mike Moonen: "Gemengde Gevoelens" Zoë Gabriëls: 'Walking Coconut" Yasha Ligtelijn: "Project Intro In Situ" Emmanuel Riksen & Simon Weins: "Shaking The Bush (tm)" Sanne Gilissen: "Cassetteboek" Mick Smits: "Good Vibrations" Rebecca Treur: "-Stil- Leven" Nuria Junghans: "Elpee Landschap" Celine Mooren: "Massa" Henning Steinfarz: "I wanted to be a nuclear physicist but alcoholism destroyed my dreams" Jerome Buquet: "Tsunami Show" Kay Habets: "Hetero Glossia"

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      • This is a lecture

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        Invited by art centre Z33, Hasselt (Belgium), to make a presentation during their series of masterclasses to celebrate their 10th anniversary, I developed and performed a lecture. This video is a 're-enactment' of the original set with live electronics, lots of samples and an unavoidable powerpoint-presentation of 15 minutes all together. http://www.z33.be/ http://www.z33.be/z33feest/ http://www.pauldevens.com

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        • Onomatopee 91 - Waving Platforms by paul Devens

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          Building upon the material and creating tangible work on site, Paul Devens situates his waving platforms: designing and staging cultural resonance and amplifiers. The exhibition at Onomatopee both serves as a small overview exhibition surveying this body of work via documentation and exhibits some works and elements of work, often outside their original and natural habitat but open to shift our sense of space and to capture the soundness Paul Devens sets out for. ’Waving platforms’ positions itself literally and figuratively as a dipolar field displaying a dichotomy of vibrant idealism and static power. Static power resonates with the surface of reality, as its prescribed minimal living space answers to the ambitions of power institutions or systems of control to which the ideal user is subjected to eliminate his subjective idealism. Not being able to partake in planning creates need and weak social positions, even insanity, disease, terror… The surface of reality becomes a waving platform along both the site’s constructive elevation and its auditive transpositioning which resonate and/or amplify. This socially constructive work plays on the ephemeral in order to make our hearing, in a broad sense, receptive. “ One has to register the investigative imagination of Paul Devens as the active paradigm of investigation associated with the field named sound art. Devens is sailing from sound art, yet his works exhibit a wide range of interests that go beyond mere sonic qualities of sound objects. In his works he intervenes in the urban realm, with an interest in both the physical and social aspects. He employs techniques of architectural production carefully selected from the inventory of shaping physical environment, as well as historical and political re-discoveries. Custom-made objects and creations lie at the core of some of other interventions as well as video projections. Some of these works try to capture or re-capture a social reality, and try to achieve a synthesis of sorts: sometimes one of facilitated and augmented, and sometimes one of a derived nature.” - Emre Erkal, in the upcoming publication. Concept and development: Paul Devens Curator: Freek Lomme Editors: Paul Devens and Freek Lomme Text contributions by: Emre Erkal, Ive Stevenheydens, Armeno Alberts and Rahma Khazam Graphic Design: Piere Geurts / NN Studio Liege Made possible thanks to the generous support of the Municipality of Eindhoven and the Mondriaan Fund.

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          • Kendo Bahn Orchestra - Brunch

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            • Storm, for live electronics and fieldrecordings

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              - an audience of 20 to 60, sitting on chairs - a table with electronic equipment in front of them - 4 big speakers and 2 subs surrounds the audience - 8 small speakers are under the chairs - one horn speaker is in front of the room, pointed towards the ceiling - on the table: a laptop with modular synthesis software has patches for sampling, surround panning and synthesis - a test-tone generator is fed to the horn speaker - home-made electronics with 24 tone-generators, to be played with aluminiumfoil - a nord modular g2 rack - synth - 3 midicontrollers - an art piece from 1996 from the series of 'models', transforms graphic information to sound - visible: a videoprojection with a few lines of text and a time-line - and 29 minutes at hand Concert at Schunck* Heerlen (NL), November 27, 2010. 'Happy New Ears' - at the finissage of the John Cage exhibition. Sound recorded by 2 Oktava mics, x-y, above the audience, RME pre-amp and olympus ls10. Camera: Ronald Huygen. www.pauldevens.com

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              • Paul Devens: Pole

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                The site-specific installation POLE is a manipulation of an existing space to alter the visual and acoustic environment. POLE is technically linked to the phenomenon of the acoustic lens. At its focus, in front of the hollowed disk-shape, a set-up with microphones and loudspeakers are functioning as a computer controlled feedback-circuit. The room-sized disk and the added technology in its focus cause an architectonic impact of sound and space. general info at www.pauldevens.com POLE was commissioned by 'het Huis voor de Kunsten Limburg', curated by Jean Boumans for 'Glocal Affairs' (www.glocalaffairs.eu) Kindly supported by- and help from: Frank Tubee, 10:21AM, Bert van den Bosch, Frans Budé, Dirk Bours, SDF works.

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                • Wheel(voice) and other work from 1998 and 1999..

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                  Wheel(voice), Floor, Heads / Ball(ceiling) and Ball(wall) at De Stadsgalerij, Heerlen, Lokaal 01, Breda, Duende, Rotterdam.. www.pauldevens.com

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                  • Measured Shuffle (Probe)

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                    A model of Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo (NL), filled with water, assigns sounds from Venlo to a multiple speaker system throughout that museum.. Thank you: Thomas Rutgers, Bert Reynen, Mapping The Landscape, Arduino. http://www.vanbommelvandam.nl/nl/agenda/mapping-the-landscape/ www.pauldevens.com

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                    • City Chase

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                      The fieldrecordings for the soundart-installation 'City Chase' were taken while biking through the city of the exhibition. Thank you resonance Network, Festival of Flanders, Kortrijk, November Music, Den Bosch, Audio Art Festival, Krakow, Lydgalleriet, Bergen and Thomas Rutgers. Powered by Arduino.

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