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robert van heumen on Wed, 13 Dec 2006 11:21:27 +0100 (CET)


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STEIM Open Days

Coming weekend, Saturday Dec 16 & Sunday Dec 17 STEIM will open its doors.
Activities include: STEIM's elektronischemuziekinstrumentententoonstelling,
informal hardware presentations, musical gatherings and more information.
Come by and play with STEIM's prototypes for electronic instruments,
discover the laboratory that helped put instrumental electronic music
performance on the map and find out what STEIM's future plans are.

Open Saturday & Sunday from 11-18h.
Address: Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam NL.


REMINDER: Concerts this week

In the STEIM Micro Jamboree this week there will be two concert nights, with
performances strongly related to STEIM.

On Wednesdaynight we`ll see instrumental electronics in very different ways,
from commercial joysticks via self-build desktop control surfaces to fully
developed electronic instruments.
Concert at 20:30h - with TokTek (Tom Verbruggen), Uli BÃttcher & Paul
Hubweber and Christine Sehnaoui & Michel Waisvisz.

Thursdaynight will feature performers that are going to be involved in
STEIM`s artistic direction in 2007. Concert at 20:30h - with dj sniff,
Shackle (Anne LaBerge & Robert van Heumen), Atau Tanaka and Joel Ryan &
Mazen Kerbaj.

Location: STEIM, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam
Time: 20:30
Entrance: â5 (free for participants)
Reservations and more info: email knock[at]steim[dot]nl or call 020 6228690


Micro Jamboree Blog

Stay tuned on whatâs going on at the STEIM Micro Jamboree this week by
reading the Jamboree Blog, where reports, pictures and media clips are added
everyday. URL: http://www.steim.org/blog/


Locustream Tuner Installation NOW ON

Audio streams are captured by open microphones put in place by people who
are participating in the project from around the world, these are not
playlists or field recordings, simply the local sound environment which is
encoded & uploaded in real time.

The installation consists of a pair of wires stretched the length of the
exhibition space with a small ball threaded on them. The position of the
ball can be altered by the public acting like a tuner, an audio promenade
where the user slides there way through a series of remote audio locations.

Locus Sonus is a research group specialized in audio art (Ãcole SupÃrieure
dâArt dâAix-en-Provence, Ãcole Nationale SupÃrieure dâArt 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 in the communal, collective or multi-user aspects
inherent to many emerging audio
practices and which necessitate working as a group. Two main themes define
this research - audio in itâs relation to space and networked audio systems.
The "Lab" proposes a process combining practical artistic experimentation
and critical evaluation in a group context.

Locus Sonus Lab: Nicolas Bralet / Sabrina Issa / Nicolas Maigret / Esther
Salmona / Lydwine van der Hulst / Brett Balogh (Exchange Student)
Coordination: JÃrÃme Joy / Anne Roquiny / Peter Sinclair

Locus Sonus streamers: 00130Gallery Helsinki (Juan Kasari), Apo33 Nantes,
Harmut Bosbach, Cap15 Marseille, CRISAP Creative Research into Sound Art
Practices / University of the Arts London (Angus Carlyle, Michael Wright),
Paul Demarinis (Stanford University), Karen Dermineur, BjÃrn Eriksson, John
Klima, Jason Nanna, Marc McNulty, NOTAM Norsk nettverk for Teknologi
Akustikk og Musikk Oslo (Risto Holopainen), Ragnar H. Olafsson, SAIC School
of the Art Institute of Chicago (Peter Gena, Robb Drinkwater), SARC Sonic
Art Research Center Belfast (Alain Renaud), Hans-Christof Steiner
(Polytechnic University, NYC), Timothy
Nohe (Wollongong University Sydney, University of Baltimore), Koray
Tahiroglu (Istanbul, Media Lab UIHA Helsinki)

http://locusonus.org/


Extra attention for the following event - organised by Montevideo in
cooperation with STEIM:

Camera Lucida: Sonochemical Observatory

Presentation and Live Performance by Evelina Domnitch & Dmitry Gelfand
Monday December 18 
Start: 19.00 h. 
Entrance: 3,50 (students 2,50)
Reservations: 020 6237101, info {AT} montevideo.nl
More information: http://www.montevideo.nl/en/index_agenda.php?cat=s&id=183



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