music performance

event: noise=noise @ Institute of Contemporary Arts

14/07/2012 19:00
14/07/2012 23:00

noise=noise:::::

| derelict electronics | cathode ray divination | chemical computing | run-away feedback | sensory confrontation | opening flicker portals in optic nerve fibres |

live performances:
MARTIN HOWSE
LIJS HUYCK
RYAN JORDAN
PHILIP JULIAN
JONATHAN KEMP

Saturday 14th July 2012
19:00-23:00
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
£5 / Free to ICA Members [read more...]

Location

ICA Gallery
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH
United Kingdom

eventresources: Opening the Creative Studio

Report on the Methods Network hybrid activity comprising presentations and workshops organized by David Gorton, Royal Academy of Music (12 October - 23 November 2007). [read more...]

event: Punks vs Robots

03/07/2008 20:00
05/07/2008 23:50

Neurotic
3 - 5 July 2008, 8pm
ICA Theatre (Standing/Pogo-ing) [read more...]

event: Expert Seminar on Music: Modern Methods for Musicology

03/03/2006
03/03/2006

Hosted by Tim Crawford, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College, University of London.

This seminar explored the ways in which information and communication technology can be used to enhance research, teaching and learning in musicology, including fields such as music theory, analysis and performance analysis and traditional historical musicology. Presentations and discussions provided a picture of the realities of how ICT is currently being used in musicology as well as prospects and proposals for how it could be fruitfully used in the future.

event: Opening the Creative Studio 4

23/11/2008
23/11/2008

A hybrid activity comprising presentations and workshops organized by David Gorton, Royal Academy of Music.

In the final event of this series, Geraint Wiggins (Goldsmith’s College), Milton Mermikides, and Academy Honorary research fellows Simon Shaw-Miller (Birkbeck College) and Vincent Walsh (UCL) explore the questions raised from investigating creative translations between music and scientifically derived data. The day will conclude with a roundtable discussion, hosted in association with the Institute of Musical Research, summarising the issues raised throughout the series. [read more...]

event: Opening the Creative Studio 3

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A hybrid activity comprising presentations and workshops organized by David Gorton, Royal Academy of Music. [read more...]

event: Opening the Creative Studio 2

02/11/2007
02/11/2007

A hybrid activity comprising presentations and workshops organized by David Gorton, Royal Academy of Music.

This research day brings together composers, performers, and electronics experts to question the relationships between performers and instruments. Neil Heyde, David Gorton, Milton Mermikides, Michael Casey (Goldsmiths), and Paul Archbold (Kingston), will explore the potential for the extension of acoustic instruments with live electronics, and the interaction of live instrumental performance with intelligent computer systems.

http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk/activities/act26.html

briefingpaper: Digital Tools for Musicology

This paper introduces, and reflects on, a selection of recent and current technical approaches to musicology with a view to promoting and encouraging the use of ICT techniques for research within the discipline. [read more...]

event: Opening the Creative Studio 1

12/10/2007 11:00
12/10/2007 17:00

A hybrid activity comprising presentations and workshops, organized by David Gorton, Royal Academy of Music

Simon Shaw-Miller (Academy Honorary Research Fellow and Birkbeck College) and Mike Allen (Birkbeck College) discuss the interactions between music and visual media and explore the creation of new audio-visual art forms. The day will conclude with the screening of collaborative projects by students at the Academy, Bristol School of Animation, and Leeds Metropolitan University, presented by Philip Cashian.

http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk/activities/act26.html

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