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EVENT NEWS – PLEIADI: Electronicgirls celebrate their 6th birthday

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New collective release 
free-download
available from 9th January 

Electronicgirls celebrate their 6th birthday with a new collective release: Pleiadi. Participants have been asked to submit a 6 minutes piece composed by following the Instruction for the Realization by Johann Merrich. Each track can be heard individually or in a collective track format: Pleiadum Constellatio, a single body of sound made by the sum of each piece inspired by the works of Galileo, Cage and Stockhausen.
Pleiadi can be downloaded for free from 09.01.16.
On 9th January, electronicgirls will introduce this special release with a concert for electronic orchestra + dance performance by Marianna Andrigo, a solo show by the composer Patrizia Mattioli and a dj set by LECRI.

Venue:
Electronicgirls, Sesto Anniversario – 9 January 2016
S.a.L.E. Docks, Magazzini del Sale
Dorsoduro 265, Venezia
h. 21.00; free entry
Tracks by:
ALESSANDRA TREVISAN, B.E.A., DAVIDE PACHERA, FEDERICO DAL POZZO, ISABEL NOGUEIRA, JOHANN MERRICH, KALALUNATIC, NICO DE…

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REPOST – CLAIRE GUERIN – Free Download of Soundbox Orchestra

Missed this event to publicize it but the free download link is here.
Courtesy to Claire Guerin blog for this post.

Claire Guerin

Atelier Macumba
HB55 Kunstfabrik, Herzbergstrasse 55 (Eingang B)
Berlin-Lichtenberg
Tram M8, 21: Herzbergstr/Siegfriedstr
18:00 PÜNKTLICH!!!!

The participants in the SoundBoxes Workshop will present an immersive, surround-sound experience inspired by the works of Alvin Lucier, Pauline Oliveros, John Grzinich, David Tudor, Gordon Monahan and others, performed in a darkened room for an eyes-closed audience. In the piece, a swarm of individual, simple sound sources such as tones and textures are modulated and moved through the space physically by the performers to create a complex sonic environment. Delicate and intimate sounds pass closely near the bodies and ears of the audience, while stronger, more extreme sounds occur at the edges of the space to give a sense of the architecture of the room and the objects in it.

PLEASE ARRIVE AT 18:00 SHARP FOR THIS PERFORMANCE!

And then stick around for IPAs and a chance to demo some of theMacumbista.net

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Maria Marzaioli

Thanks to Ekho – Women in Sonic Art for this post.

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Maria Marzaioli is a Musician/Composer MariaMarzaioliSoundcloud

“As an artist I am interested in sonic and musical representations of the landscape around us – both the natural and built environment. Through sound, my work seeks engagement with the phsyical world in alternative ways and encourages people to explore and (re)evaluate their relationship with place and space differently.”

Submission to ‘Ekho:: Toward a Repetitive Sounding of Difference’

“This work was conceived as a score, giving a set of instructions to be followed for a journey of your own choosing that is to be repeated on the hour, every hour for 24 hours. The piece of music ’24 hours in 12 minutes’ is created from the recordings made on the journey I chose, following those instructions.”

“The piece is made up of multiple acts of repetition, physically walking the same path repeatedly and recording at the same places for set durations of time…

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Sounding Out! Podcast #34: Sonia Li’s “Whale”

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Reflecting on Whale, an interactive, multichannel sound installation, this sound art piece documents how the installation came about. When designing Whale, Sonia Li used sound to communicate the often visceral emotions underlying her personal narrative.

Whale creates an environment where one experiences oneself. By laying in darkness on a subsonic vibrating bed, users openly confess their thoughts and feelings into a sonic field, which then translates their words into correlating amplitudes of whale sounds. This process of transduction prompts listeners to consider how sound works to shape a perception of themselves as they hear a distant and alien rendering of their own voice. By experiencing Whale we can consider how sound challenges our physiological and psychological perceptions of self.

Sonia Li is a Brooklyn based…

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