The Austrian Science Fund FWF has approved our artistic research project 'Algorithms that Matter'.
Including a gig by Anemone Actiniaria, at esc media art lab, January 17th.
Our exhibition takes a 'Winterschlaf' until January 17th.
A collaboration between Hanns Holger Rutz, David Pirrò, and Lisa Horvath, to open in Graz on Nov 25th.
The algorithmic duo plays a gig in Graz on 12 November as part of TRANS - Denken in Klängen
The call is now open for the Almat workshop on experimentation with algorithms.
Collaborative interventions in the Styrian city of Eisenerz, July and August 2016.
Presenting a performance as well as a paper at the 2016 xCoAx in Bergamo.
I will be speaking on the panel of a roundtable about gender studies and music theory on 25-Jun-2016 at the KUG Graz.
Anemone Actiniaria are playing live in Graz on May 28th.
Several new packages are available or in the making.
Short retrospective 04–06 December with residency-developed work 'Configuration'.
A brief update on current and ongoing activities.
September sees a number of concerts and releases of new pieces.
We will be working on our system-fusion-project in Karlsruhe in August and September.
In June and July I am working on an algorithmic tape piece for the new DEGEM CD.
Exhibition at NOASS Riga 16/05–28/05/2015.
Live Electronic Concert at EKKM - The Museum of Becomings, Tallin 22/05/2015.
Trio with flute and electronics presented on Sat Feb 21 at HdA Graz.
I am participating in this year's impuls-academy and the workshop Performative Computer Music with concerts on Feb 21 and 22.
I am looking for new challenging artistic or scientific research projects from mid 2015.
Thu Dec 25, 20:30h in Bremen. The 'traditional' Christmas concert with Ludger Hennig, Markus Markowski, Sciss.
Sat Nov 29, 17:30h in Graz. «Anemone Actiniaria» is an improvisation with David Pirrò.
Sound installation at Forum Stadtpark Graz. Opening Fri 7 Nov, 19h; Exhibition 8–29 Nov, Tue–Fri 11–18h, Sat 11–16h
Fri Nov 14, 18h in Graz. «Anemone Actiniaria» is an improvisation with David Pirrò.
Artistic Research project April–May 2015 at NOASS Riga