Tag: noise

BergenTechNoiseCity

BergenTechNoiseCity

#bergentechnocity meets international noise artists in a night of spectacular frequencies and chilling beats exploring the laptop possibilities from experimental to dance music.

Lineup:

21:00 Lars Åkerlund / Julien Ottavi
22-23 Julien Ottavi / Arthur Hureau
23-00:30 Dj Anders G.

Venue:

Inside Rock Cafe
Vaskerelvsmuget 7, 5014 Bergen

CC: 70,-

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Bios:

///Lars Åkerlund///

Lars Åkerlund is a composer, sound artist and performer of mainly electronic and electroacoustic music, living in Stockholm. He studied music and classical guitar at Conservatorio del Liceo, Barcelona, and classical guitar and electroacoustic music at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm, at the EMS, Stockholm, as well as musicology at the University of Stockholm. Musical collaborations include Eryck Abecassis, Kasper T Toeplitz, Zbigniew Karkowski, CM von Hausswolff, Jean-Louis Huhta, Dror Feiler, Tetsuo Furudate, Lise-Lotte Norelius, Freddie Wadling, Dennis Wong, Leif Elggren, Kent Tankred, Flesh Quartet, Kroumata and Johan Söderberg. He also co-founded bands like P.I.T.T. (with Zbigniew Karkowski et al) and Lucky People Center (with Johan Söderberg et al). Since the 90s he has made music for contemporary dance with choreographers Per Jonsson, Björn Elisson, Johan Inger and Cristina Caprioli and the Rambert Dance Company, London, Finnish National Ballet, Helsinki, the Gothenburg Opera Ballet, Stockholm Opera Ballet and most of the major Nordic dance companies, as well as the companies of the choreographers mentioned above. Lars Åkerlund made the music for film director Jan Troell’s Il Capitano (Silver Bear Award at the Berlin International Film Festival 1992 and the Guldbaggen Award for Best Film 1992, Stockholm) and Their Frozen Dream (Awarded at San Francisco International Film Festival 1999 and Valladolid International Film Festival 1999). In 2015, he made the music for the Sound of Silence festival, playing live in Tokyo and Berlin to the Chinese silent movie ”The Peach Girl” by Min Wancang Bu, made in 1932. Lars Åkerlund has been touring and made numerous live performances as well as music lectures and workshops throughout Africa, South America, Asia, USA and Europe. Lars Åkerlund has released records on labels as Radium 226.05, Firework Edition Records, SubRosa, Monotype Records, R.O.S.A. MNW Records and Fylkingen Records.

http://www.larsakerlund.com/

///Julien Ottavi///

Composer, Artist, curator and PhD student on new music and network

A mediactivist, artist-researcher, composer / musician, poet and tongues destroyer, experimental film maker and anarchitect, founder and member of Apo33, Julien Ottavi is involved in research and creative work, combining sound art, real-time video, new technologies and body performances. Since 1997, he develops a composition work using voice and its transformation through computer. Active developer of audio/visual programs with Puredata, he has also developed since many years DIY electronics (radio transmitters, oscillators, mixers, amplifiers, video transmitters…etc) in the perspective of knowledge sharing on technological development. Main developer for the Gnu/Linux operating system APODIO for digital art and A/V & streaming diffusion. His practices is not limited to the art spheres but crosses different fields from technological development to philosophy / theoretical research, biomimetic analysis & experimentation. Since many years he reflects on the relations between experimental practices and collective practices within the creation of autonomous collective groups, putting in question the authorship strategy of the “art ideology”.

http://www.noiser.org

////Anders G////

Theatre scientist and writer Anders Gogstad, also known as DJ Anders G, is one of the founders of the norwegian techno scene. He has published dosens of articles about ambient theatre, clubbing and pop culture. He is also a member of the Piksel organisation in Bergen, mostly working with press releated matters. As a DJ and previous club organiser, he has managed club events, techno and rave parties, and incorporated VJ artists, performance art projects and installations, inspired by contemporary post mainstream theories like Guy Debord and Neo Situationism, Nicholas Bourriaud’s Relational Aesthetics, Mark Amerika’s Avant Pop Manifesto, and Deluze & Guattarian rhizomatic paradigm, to name a few. In collaboration with Peter Pajhel from Verdensteateret and Gisle Frøyland from Baktruppen, Anders Gogstad became a member of the interactive theatre performance group RE:actor, known for their DIY real time stage technology, where the audience participance was triggered and integrated as an active part in the stage settings surrounded by sound and visuals. Anders G is known for his own distinct sound that can consist of anything from industrial ambience, intergalactic space funk and pure techno.

www.piksel.no

////Arthur Hureau////

Composer, sound-designer and electronic music performer, his research mixes sciences, socio-political issues and new technologies within the field of DIY engineering and contemporary music. He has performed in several collaborations and ensembles in Europe and USA.
Also known as a DJ under many nicknames, he already shared the stage next to Ritzi Lee, The Geezer, Sarah For Sure, Falhaber and many mores under Syndrøm Records and Castle Hood banners.


TRANSPIKSEL, a touring festival in Central and South America.

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Piksel is proud to present TRANSPIKSEL, a touring festival in Central and South America.

Four days of workshops, exhibitions, audiovisual concerts and a BioARt Lab with international and local artists working on art and technology with a special focus on bioart, environmental sciences and DIY electronics to be held in Lima (Perú), Mexico City (CDMX) and Manizales (Colombia).

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TransPiksel PERÚ, Lima – August 17th -21st
TransPiksel COLOMBIA – August 24th – 27th
TransPiksel MÉXICO, Ciudad de Mexico – September 5th – 12th

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MOre info and full program:

www.transpiksel.net

TransPiksel is funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, OCA, Bergen Kommune, Piksel Festival, PNEK (NO); Asimtria Festival, Fundación Telefónica (PE); UNAM, Arte + Ciencia, Bioscénica, Centro Cultural de España en Mexico (MX), Universidad de Caldas, Festival Internacional de la Imagen (CO).


BEYOND SIGNAL #4

Area10 welcomes BEYOND SIGNAL #4

organised by A10lab, Fibrr Records, Noise=Noise & Apo33

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LONDON NOISE SONIFICATION!!!!!!!!
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14TH OF MAY – 7.30pm – £5

Noise, harsh digital glitch, body performance, diy punk electronics,
hack live decoding,free software…

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Beyond Signal is a regular experimental A/V performance evenings,
began in July 2008 and brings together some of the most exciting and
novel performances in sound and vision.
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OpenLab 5 : Cafe OTO, 25th April 2009

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OpenLab 5 : Cafe OTO, 25th April 2009
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Openlab are providing a day of workshops & presentations about
opensource software, and performances in the evening at Cafe OTO,
Dalston. There is a venerable lineup of OpenLab members providing some
in depth knowledge during the day and some great performances at
night. The preliminary line up goes like this:

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Neanderthal Electronics workshop

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Piksel [Bergen] in collaboration with Lydgalleriet presents:

Neanderthal Electronics workshop with Derek Holzer.

.:::REGISTRATION INFO:::.

Please register early for the workshop, as it is  limited to 10 places! The workshop fees include electronic components + use of tools.

***DATES: Monday 25 May – Friday 29 May 2009 10.00-16.00 daily
***LOCATION: PikselHut, Georgernes Verft 12, Bergen, Norway
***COST: 500 NOK (approx 56 EUR)
***FINAL PRESENTATION: Friday 29 May, 19.00, PikselHut
***REGISTRATION: post (AT) lydgalleriet (DOT) no +47 48 23 78 88

The workshop is organised by Piksel [Bergen] in collaboration with Lydgalleriet and Ny Musikk Bergen. A part of the Off_Piksel series of research and events  exploring Free/Libre Technologies in Art.

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APO33 RADIOS!! LISTEN NOW!!!


APO33 RADIOS

good news! Almost all APO33 radios are back!!

You could listen it now with great players such as VLC, Mplayer, xmms…etc (Ogg Vorbis audio streaming)

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AROUGATE @ Piksel07

AROUGATE – APO33 INSTALLATION- PIKSEL FESTIVAL – BERGEN 2007 from apo33 on Vimeo.

Arougate is an installation that involves the environnement of the space he is invited to hunt in.

Arougate is a digital beast who hunts information, tracks it, feeds on it, and generally reacts to it. Arougate behaves like a wolf when he eats his ‘preys’ ; no one can disturb him without consequence; the combination of a machinic system with the poetic-modelisation of animal reactions creates an uncontrollable noise activity in a specific place.

Arougate is composed of audio, video, data sensor extensions which enable him to hunt in any situation; the bestial mechanism operates fast interactions on the hunted information which is then divided into two layers: the digestive mechanism of the beast’s digital belly and his swift reaction to hunting in a dangerous steppe. The outcome of these interactions is redistributed in space with the help of video & audio signals, spatialized by different devices (speakers, TV radios, wall projection…etc).

When people invade the digital den, they enter simultaneously the beast’s belly and mind, or rather, a strong chaotic mixture of wires (electrical, networked, metal…etc), speakers, machines (nuxbox), radios and others unexpected objects, where vibrations (light and air) come to crash!


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