I am happy to participate in the Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X (xCoAx) this year again, bringing two pieces to Weimar in July: Phoretic Rogues is the second installment of the ongoing artistic research project Rogues with Nayarí Castillo on hybrid analogue-digital beings. The two beings we bring to gallery Eigenheim not only communicate via sound and light with their environment, but they ask the human visitors to travel with them (phoresis) as information packages via a carrier object moved through space. In the performance track, the duo Strip & Embellish with Daniele Pozzi establishes an interlinking sonic structure that plays with repeatability and limits of control.
The new sound installation using endangered human languages is shown as part of an exhibition, and can be visited until 17 February.
This autumn features a mix of artistic and pedagogical activites in Klagenfurt, Graz, Vienna, Vilnius and Lisbon.
The artistic research colloquium is held biennially at Uniarts Helsinki. Drawing on algorithmic experimentation, I participate in one of its three strands.
The music university is organising a three day international symposium, with focus on artistic research.