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<nettime> [THE THING] EVENT : THING.residency: Locus Sonus Duplex Performance


Dear Friends of THE THING in New York City,

THE THING would like to invite your face and body and voice to 11 Harrison
Street, ground floor storefront gallery, RIVERFAWN, for the Manhattan interface
of THE THING.residency: LOCUS SONUS DUPLEX PERFORMANCE. This is a special 
performance  that will be live from the Roebling Bridge on the Delaware River
and from the RIVERFAWN Gallery in New York City. You will be part of the
performance!:

6pm ?10pm Thursday August 24th
11 Harrison Street, ground floor*
New York City


*Directions: by subway take 1 train to Franklin Street. Walk one block west on
Franklin to Hudson and cross the street. Walk 1 block south to Harrison and
turn right.  11 Harrison street is in the middle of the block on the south side
of the street, By car:  From uptown Take West Street to  Vestry. Make a left on
Vestry. Go two blocks make a right on Greenwich Street. Go two traffic lights ,
make a left on Harrison street. From downtown take West Street to Harrison
street. Make a right on Harrison and go 1 block.


SPONSORS
Etant donnés: The French-American Fund for Contemporary Art, IN8SKILS, Deleware
Valley Arts Alliance, New York State Council on the Arts, nujus.net, and THE
THING, Inc.


ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE
Locus Sonus  will be in residence between the 15th and the 29th of August in the
USA with two installations and a duplex performance between them. The two
locations will be at the DIGIT Festival, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance &
Roebling Bridge Environmental Arts and at the RIVERFAWN Gallery in New York
City.

Locus Sonus has constructed for this performance 2 IP webcams/parabolic
microphones with which they can hunt for sounds in and around the venue
streaming them simultaneously to the remote location.

In each location laptop performers capture and remix the audio from the mic and
video projectors show what the mobile microphones are capturing. Both mixes are
played in both locations, the musicians responding to their remote counterparts.
The Roebling Bridge will be set up on both sides of the river (the audience will
be on the bridge). The idea being that we can use the local distance to reflect
the remote distance. On the Manhattan side, the performance will take place in
the RIVERFAWN Gallery where they will also use the wire/stream interface as an
instrument to mix and control during the presentation.

Live sounds from around the world (from the locusonus open web mics project)
will also be used as raw material for the concerts.

DATES
The Installation at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance opens on Saturday, August
19th and runs until August 25th

The performance Duplex Roebling Bridge/Manhattan will take place Thursday,
August 24th at RIVERFAWN Gallery, 11 Harrison Street in New York City.

There will also be a physical installation/interface  on view from August 22nd
to the 27th, 12-6pm at RIVERFAWN Gallery.


For more information: http://nujus.net/~locusonus/site/index_e.html

Audio streams:
http://nujus.net/~locusonus/site/documentation/allstreams/index_e.html


ABOUT LOCUS SONUS
Locus Sonus is a research group specialized in audio art (École Supérieure d'Art
d'Aix-en-Provence, École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Nice Villa Arson). Our
objective is to experiment and evaluate the innovative and transdisciplinary
nature of audio art forms in a lab-type context. We are are also concerned with
the communal, collective or multi-user aspects inherent to many emerging audio
practices and which necessitate working as a group. Two main thematics define
this research - audio in it's relation to space and networked audio systems.
The "Lab" proposes a process combining practical artistic experimentation and
critical evaluation in a group context. The Locus Sonus Lab is currently
focusing on a process which revolves around the use of multiple audio streams.
The streams which are basically open-mic continually upload chosen soundscapes
or sound environments, as playable material. The way in which we work with
other people to set up and maintain the streams is part of the methodology,
indeed the technology provides the basis to construct a human network.


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