[NetBehaviour] Xth Sense - Biophysical Summer Workshops Mexico DF, New York, London, Berlin
devel at thesaddj.com
Tue Apr 17 14:03:11 CEST 2012
(sorry for x-post)
hoping it might be of interest, I'm writing to forward the info related to
the Xth Sense (XS) Summer Workshops.
The XS is a free and open biophysical technology.
It was recently named the "world's most innovative new musical instrument"
by the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (US).
Courses are taking place worldwide, below detailed info and how to get
Xth Sense - Sonic Body and Biophysical Music
Build your own low cost biosensing wearable device for muscle sounds.
Hands-on training in augmentation of the body for musical performance.
\\\\\ MEXICO DF | *Liveness*
It is the first Mexican gathering of international artists whose main
interest lies in the critical investigation and distribution of a discourse
around theater, dance or performance practices that rely on a tight
relationship between body and technology.
@ Centro Multimedia del Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico DF
\\\\\ NEW YORK | *Harvestworks*
Founded in 1977, its mission is to support the creation and presentation of
art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies.
@ Harvestworks, New York, USA
\\\\\ LONDON | *BEAM Festival*
It is a high-tech music weekender, a playground of homemade instruments and
sonic installations, where you can listen to, watch and learn how to create
your own physically living electronic music.
@ Artaud Forum, Brunel University, London, UK
\\\\\ BERLIN | To be announced
This session needs to be confirmed, but expression of interest are welcome.
Visit this page below, and book your place by visiting the related links
for each event.
Places are limited to 10 participants for each session, so it is
recommended to book in advance.
If you want to host an Xth Sense workshop, don't hesitate to contact me by
replying to this email.
New Media + Sonic Arts Practitioner, Performer, Teacher, Director.
ACE, Sound Design MSc by Research (ongoing)
The University of Edinburgh, UK
Research: http://res.marcodonnarumma.com | http://www.thesaddj.com |
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