lab online

We’ve been meeting every Friday afternoon for an online lab, where we’ve been discussing our recent work and trying pieces out where some participatory testing is needed. Over this year we’ve been focusing on playfulness as an area of focus, driven in part by some of the group making game pieces, and the general sense of play inherent in much of our work. We’ve listened to and watched pieces by everyone in the group, whether it’s a work in progress or recently completed piece. It’s been great as a format as everyone in the group can join and we’ve found more connections between what we do as a result, despite the (sometimes sizeable) geographical distances.

We’ll publish some outcomes of the Friday labs soon.

You might be interested in …

Lab 45: Michael Pisaro-Liu – Quiet Masses

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Wednesday 21 April 2021 [2-4pm, online via Minerva – NOTE CHANGE OF TIME] Michael will talk about and play some recent (and not so recent) work that attempts to touch the infinite stream of the world with multitudes of small sounds. Michael Pisaro-Liu (born 1961 in Buffalo, New York) is a long time member of […]

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Hearing Motion in the Moment – New Forms of Interactive Soundmapping

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Hearing Motion in the Moment – New Forms of Interactive Soundmapping Eric Powell (Concordia University) Wednesday 31 January, 3.00-4.30pm / CM.107 Presentation and workshop co-hosted by the Research Centre for Environmental Humanities, the Open Scores Lab, and the Global Academy of Liberal Arts. Eric Powell is a PhD candidate, sound-artist, and researcher in the Communications Department at […]

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LAB1: Michael Winter, Louis d’Heudieres, Luke Nickel

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Lab 1: Wednesday 5 October, 12-4pm, CM131 In the first lab of the year we welcome American composer Michael Winter who will talk about combinatorics in his recent work. For more information about Michael, please see his website. Michael will also be speaking to the Centre for Creative Computing on 11am on Thursday 6 October in the Riding […]

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