This week, I will join David Pirrò and Agostino Di Scipio in Stockholm for a belated Algorithms that Matter “launch event”, during the Transpositions symposium, the final event of the epynomous research project of David Pirrò, Gerhard Eckel and Michael Schwab. We are going to show mine and David’s video installation Inner Space, and on Friday we are doing a lecture performance with Agostino. There’s plenty of interesting activities going on, and I’m happy to meet Hans-Jörg Rheinberger in person, whose work has inspired Almat’s methodology in many respects.
ALMAT in collaboration with BEK and Notam Norway are hosting a workshop-in-exposition. Deadline 23 February.
Algorithmic double-piece ‘Traumcloud’ to feature in 17 Feb radio show by Justin Winkler and based on a project by Robert Desnos.
The project auditively maps the city, using our bodies as instruments and an algorithmic generator of radio pieces. The prize is awarded on March 7.
In January we moved into a great new studio space which will be called ‘Reagenz - Raum für künstlerische Experimente’ (space for artistic experiments).