[NetBehaviour] Month Of Sundays Live A/V Internet Mixing - 25th June.

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Thu Jun 15 15:46:56 CEST 2006

Month Of Sundays Live A/V Internet Mixing - 25th June.

FurtherNoise.org Presents:
Month Of Sundays Live A/V Internet Mixing.

Featuring John Kannenberg & Glenn Bach.
Open Mix led by Ruth Catlow & Marc Garrett (Furtherfield & HTTP).
Post performance soundscapes by Alex Young (Furthernoise).

Date & Time:
 16.00 - 18.00 hrs BST

Where: E:vent - 96 Teesdale Street,
London E2 6PU.

As part of the Month Of Sundays series of live A/V internet performances 
Furthernoise.org is hosting this unique event featuring a cross 
continent A/V performance by Chicago based John Kannenberg mixing in 
real time with Glenn Bach who will be performing from his home in Long 
Beach, California. The performance is based on their Two Cities project, 
which began in 2003 using sounds, photos, objects and data collected on 
Glenn and John's daily walking commutes to compare and contrast the 
environments of their respective hometowns.

It will take place in the online file mixing platform Visitors Studio 
and projected, amplified into the gallery space from www.visitorsstudio.org

Come and join us at E:vent: Bring your laptops and media files and 
Following the performance, Furtherfield artists Ruth Catlow & Marc 
Garrett will lead an open mix where audiences both online and in the 
gallery can join in by uploading and mixing their own audio & visual 
files in an open collaborative mix. Files can be mp3, swf, flv and jpg 
and must be a maximum of 2OOK.

There will also be free refreshments and post performance Soundcapes by 
Alex Young who's album 'Helicoids' is the new net release on 

As well as being shown at E:vent
the afternoons performances will be also broadcast, in real-time, online:-
at The Watershed Media Centre, Bristol.
The Point CDC Theatre, New York.

More info about E:vent & the artists taking part on the day.

Curated by Roger Mills www.furthernoise.org
Furthernoise & Visitors Studio are Furtherfield.org projects, supported 
by Arts Council England.

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