MKC Split (Multimedia Culturall Centre)
Split – Croatia
From 6th to 26th August
Artists in exhibition:
– Claude Heiland-Allen
– Bioni Samp
– Noise Orchestra
– Tin Dožić
– Hrvoje Hiršl and Davor Branimir Vincze
There will also be in exhibition:
– Label in exhibition EAM elektronische-art-and-music, CD-Rom, eleven tracks with the Sounding D.i.Y. artists in the gallery space. (headphones, media player) Link: https://elektronische-art-and-music.bandcamp.com/album/sounding-d-i-y
– Catalogue of the exhibition, Sounding DIY, showing artists in exhibition, London 2017. Link: http://netzzz.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Sounding-DiY-Catalogue-Digital.pdf
Laura Netz http://netzzz.net/
Darko Fritz http://darkofritz.net/
Artists name: Claude Heiland-Allen
Media: Audio-visual installation
- Video display with VGA input, minimum resolution 1024×1024
- Stereo sound reproduction with connection from minijack, either speakers
or headphones. If headphones, 2 pairs would be nice if possible to
avoid an isolating audience experience. Alternatively the laptop
built-in speakers may be used.
- Power socket (100-240V 50-60Hz AC).
- 1x laptop, installed with the software, ready to plug in and go.
- 1x laptop power supply, UK plug
- 1x power socket adaptor, UK-EU
Sliding tile puzzles have existed for over a century. The 15-puzzle craze in 1880 offered a cash prize for a problem with no solution. In the Puzzle presented here the computer is manipulating the tiles. No malicious design, but insufficient specification means that no solution can be found; the automaton forever explores the state space but finds every way to position the tiles as good as the last… Each tile makes a sound, and each possible position has a processing effect associated with it. Part of the Puzzle is to watch and listen carefully, to see and hear and try to pick apart what it is that the computer is doing, to reverse-engineer the machinery inside from its outward appearance
Artists name: Bioni Samp
Work: ‘Electronic Beesmoker Hive Synthesiser’
Media: Metal, wire, leather, plastic, copper cables
- 9 Volt Battery. Has internal small speaker. Also can be amplified and has 1/4 inch jacklead with 1 metre of cable.
- Beesmoker, with internal synth, cable, battery, (chain ?)
Description: Found object (Beesmoker) with internal home-made ‘Hive Synthesiser’. An updated version of 2009 version which originally acted as a modified breathe controller for MaxMSP patches. Now includes hardware home-made ‘Bee’ synth with 3 oscillators, emulating bees. In each honey bee colony there are three types of bee: drone, worker and queen bees. Each of these have their own individual frequencies in the following ranges: low – 200 Hz or less, mid – 200-400 Hz, and high – 400+ Hz, just like the earth has its own special frequency of approximately 9 Hz. The oscillators are capped roughly within these ranges.
Artists name: Noise Orchestra
Work: Noise Machine
Media: Objects / Installation
- Headphones (optional)
- 4 channel mixer
- 4 synth prototypes
Description: Noise Machine is an evil space metal box electronic circuit, a no.3 in the series of noise machines that translate light into sounds using analogue electronics. Inspired by Russian sound artists of the 1920s (inc. Arseny Avraamov), we did a sound graphical residency at the National Media Museum last year where we played the collections and undertook a research trip to Moscow (noiseorchestra.org). The noise machines are constructivist sculptural objects in themselves, they will be made from metal and wood, here is a link to twitter post of a paper prototype. Noise Orchestra, is a collective formed by Vicky Clarke and Dave Birchall.