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Piksel11 & Pixelache Software of the Year 2012

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We are pleased to announce that the Pixelache Software of the Year 2012 title is this time given to din – din is noise and will be featured at Piksel through a workshop, presentation and concert.

din is a Free software musical instrument exclusively for the  GNU/Linux operating system made by the Indian programmer S. Jagannathan. din – din is noise presents an innovative way of generating live music from a  simple visual interface based on Bezier curves, and is a good example of how creative and DIY technologies can foster new approaches and solutions that escapes the leading rules of the software industry.

It forgets history,
To not repeat it.

It doesnt hide analog music hardware,
In digital music software.

You had pulse, sine, triangle and sawtooth,
And went forth and made electronic music.

Now there is just the Bezier curve.

Pixelache Software of the Year is an initiative by Pixelache Network, started in 2008. The chosen software for the first year was Animata, a live animation software by Kitchen Budapest. In 2010 it was divided by the live CD distributions pure:dyne between GOTO10 and APODIO by APO33.

More information:
http://www.piksel.no/p11/presentations11#Jagannathan
din – din is noise


Pixelache Helsinki 2010 / Call for Participation

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Pixelache Helsinki 2010
25-28 March

Call for Participation

>> www.pixelache.ac/helsinki

Deadline Wednesday 20 January!

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Festival Mal au Pixel #4 / art + écologie / du 2 au 7 juin

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MAL AU PIXEL #4 / Mal au futur ?
Electronic subcultures festival
June 2nd to 7th 2009 / www.malaupixel.org

EXHIBITION • opening on Tuesday June 2nd • From 6pm to 11pm
Until Sunday June 7th • free entrance

Mal au Pixel festival brings together young digital artists and unconventionnal electronics : unexpected technologies, prototypes and open ended events. For the 4th edition of the festival, we will once more be looking  at connecting technology, urban electronics and environmental issues, this time to investigate our ecological beliefs.

With : Richard Box (UK), HeHe (Fr), Beatriz da Costa (US), Nicolas Montgermont et Nicolas Maigret (Fr), Jenny Pickett et Julien Ottavi (UK, Fr), Djeff Regottaz (Fr), Calvacreation (Ve, Fr), Maja Djordjevic (Sr). (continue reading…)


Pixelache 2009 impressions

Pixelache 2009 continues in it’s 2nd day with exhibition openings, presentations, seminars and performances.

Images from the events are available in the gallery and on flickr.


Pixelache 2009

pixelache 2009 container

pixelache 2009 av hacking container

Piksel sister festival and long time collaborator Pixelache are hosting their 2009 edition in Helsinki this weekend.

Piksel are following the activities which this year has no official theme but loosely gravitates around issues of alternative economies and environmental sustainability.

Pictured above is the audiovisual hacking container on exhibit outside the Kiasma centre. It features works resulting from the audiovisual hacking workshop featuring piksellites Koelse and Gijs Gieskes. Gijs will also do a club performance showing some of his latest instruments during the festival.


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