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Onibaba exists between composition and improvisation and is described as being somewhere between the light and the dark, the ethereal and the earthly - Creative Music. Created by Daren Burns in 2006, the band synthesizes its sound by using elements of the Chicago avant-garde, jazz, rock, world, techno, noise, and classical, to create a new type of fusion that is definitely not the smooth, funky jazz of the 80’s and 90’s, but a new living music. This is Onibaba's (www.onibabamusic.com) performance @ Royal/T (www.royal-t.org) , put on by Rocco Sommazi's Angel City Arts (www.angelcityjazz.com). Performed on 08-07-10 and includes some of Los Angeles' best and most creative musicians. Enjoy. Onibaba is: Vinny Golia - woodwinds Geroge McMullen - trombone Scott Collins - guitar Daren Burns - bass Joe Berardi - drums/percussion Kio Griffith - live video © Urban Nerds 2010 www.urbannerds.com+ More details
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Speakers(s): Rodrigo Alfaro, Antonio Almeida, Pedro González Serrano Picasso once remarked that computers where useless because they can only give answers. In fact the uniquely human characteristic is the ability to pose questions. Posing the question is what determines how much you know about a certain subject. There's a voluminous literature on web performance, Drupal is no exception. We want answers, we want solutions. We want to feel sure and give the client certainties regarding his or her site capacity. Under the carpet we sweep the question. How do we measure performance? Relative to what is this performant or non-performant? Equivokes are the most tiresome companions to any itinerary. Most performance discussions degenerate in flamewars in good'ol internet way and muddle the waters instead of making things clear. In this presentation we pose the question: How to benchmark a drupal site? If we can get some common ground on this question, we can then proceed to make more substantial statements about solutions and guide the client towards it. We approach this fundamental question from three diverse points of view. Buzzword bingo of our presentation: Apache, Nginx, Redis, Varnish, MariaDB, MongoDB, Memcache, microcaching, php-fpm, frontend performance, backend performance, benchmarking. http://barcelona2012.drupaldays.org/sessions/beat-devil-towards-drupal-performance-benchmark+ More details
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A cut from a December 2013 performance by the Private Terra band in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The clip is a sample video of how our company shoots live performances with one camera.+ More details
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Ellie Harrison, Tom Marshman & Rachel Dobbs - 22 August 2010 Film documenting a collaborative performance at the Supernormal festival in Braziers Park as part of the New Work Network ‘Occupy’ workshop. Stand Up Show was a controlled experiment in fear and humiliation, for which I was knowingly introduced to a live audience (by Tom Marshman and Rachel Dobbs) for a comedy show that I neither prepared nor rehearsed. For more information please visit: facebook.com/group.php?gid=152710051407914&v=wall+ More details
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Ellie Harrison – 9 October 2010 Film documenting my contribution to a durational performance coordinated by Ainsley, Harding and Moffat (AHM) in which 27 artists delivered their own ‘one minute manifestos’. The performance kick-started the AHM symposium ‘State of Play: Art and Culture in Scotland Today’ which took place at the Gilmorehill Centre at the University of Glasgow. For more information please visit: theahmblog.blogspot.com/2010/11/ahm-symposium-report.html+ More details
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Ellie Harrison - 2 December 2010 Transmission: Glasgow to London Broadcast LIVE (via Skype) from her flat in Glasgow to an assembled audience in the auditorium at the Whitechapel Gallery, London as part of Up Periscope - an event curated by writer-in-residence Sally O’Reilly. Ellie’s transmission is a rambling exploration of ethical compromise and political contradiction. Questioning how a person’s moral outlook and priorities may shift with age, she offers an insight into the life of a home-owning thirty-something in devolved Scotland and touches on topics as diverse as the inefficiencies of the UK rail system and the usefulness of Skype for long-distance love. Further transmissions were made by Zoe Beloff in New York, Peter Blegvad in Coventry, Miguel Palma in Lisbon, Momus in Osaka and Art School Palestine. For more information please visit: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/projects/writer-in-residence/sally-oreilly/up-periscope www.ellieharrison.com/theendproduct+ More details
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Ellie Harrison - 22 March 2012 A film documenting the performance / talk I did in full Roller Derby attire as an introduction to my thinking during my residency at Glasgow Women's Library. Bringing together the personal and the political I attempted to offer my own take on the energy and organisational structure of the 1970s Women's Liberation Movement - its historical links to socialism and its legacy today - in relation to two of my other current interests: reading Marx's Capital and the burgeoning full-contact, all-female sport of Roller Derby To listen to the full talk (18:51) please visit: www.mixcloud.com/ellieharrison/22-mar-2012-glasgow-womens-library-talk-by-ellie-harrison/ For more information please visit: www.ellieharrison.com/womenslibrary+ More details
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Ellie Harrison - 26 June 2010 Time-lapse film documenting a performance spectacle for which I attempted to re-enact a chronology of ‘the history of revolution’ over the course of the last 360 years via the medium of pyrotechnics. Presented as part of the Closing Party of the MFA Degree Show 2010 at the Glue Factory, Glasgow on 26 June 2010. For more information please visit: ellieharrison.com/fireworksdisplay+ More details
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Ellie Harrison - 5 May 2011 A special webcast to coincide with the UK referendum on voting reform and the Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliamentary elections on Thursday 5 May 2011. Broadcast LIVE from an anonymous hotel room in the centre of England, Ellie Harrison gave her own LIVE 'personal political broadcast'. Using a variety of regional accents she attempted a subjective interpretation of the systems of government in use in Scotland, Wales and the wider UK. Examining the inconsistencies in the electoral systems in use in each, she made the case for UK parliamentary reform, whist exploring the impact of devolution on personal identity in post-Britain. Commissioned as part of the Virtual Bloc programme and supported by Arts Council of Wales. For more information please visit: bloc.org.uk/programme/personal-political-broadcast/ www.ellieharrison.com/theendproduct+ More details
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