22 Sep

ROSE BRUFORD COLLEGE

 MODULE: SOUND INTERACTION AND AUTOMATION

 24rd September – 6th December

40 hours 

Tuesdays 10 – 12pm , 1 – 3pm

     

                                                                      

Opening Session                               (24th September)

1. CONCEPTS                                       (01st October)

2. REFERENCES                                    (08th October)

3. TECHNIQUES                                  (15th October)          

3. TECHNIQUES                                  (22nd October)

4. VISIT J.Leafcutter                          (29th October)

4. ARTISTS                                             (5th November)

5. ARTIST                                                (12th November)

5.  VISIT – EAVI Goldsmith                 (19th November)

6.   RESEARCH                                        (26th November)

7. PRACTICA                                            (3rd December)

 

 

1. CONCEPTS

1. Sound

2. Interaction

3. Automation

2. REFERENCES

1.         1700. Automatons and music boxes.

2.         1846. Morse. Telegraph.

3.         1863. EVP Electric Voice Phenomena.

4.         1887. Edward Muybridge.

5.         1896. Gramophone.

6.         1896. Loui Fuller.

7.         1896. Alfred Jarry: Pere Ubu

8.         1900. Edison. Marconi. Tesla. Radio.

9.         1912. Futurism: Giacomo Balla. Boccioni

10.       1913. Luigi Russolo.

11.       1914. Mary Wygman.

12.       1916. Dadaism. Tristan Tzara.

13.       1920. Schonberg.

13.       1924. Fernand Leger: Ballet mecanique.

14.       1925. Kinect Art: Naum Gabo.

15.       1926. Bertolt Brecht: The Radio as an Apparatus of Communication.

16.       1929. Ballets Russes.

17.       1932. Marcel Duchamp.

18.       1938. Antonin Artaud. Theater of Cruelty.

19.       1950. Darmstad.

20.       1951. John Cage. Music of Changes.

21.       1953. Merce Cunningham.

22.       1954. Gutai.

23.       1960. Fluxus.

24.       1960. Vienesse Actionism

25.       1978. Pina Bausch.

26.       1982. Samuel Beckett.

3. TECHNIQUES 

1. Ableton live

2. Arduino

3. Bio synths – Portable sound devices – Wearable synth

4. I-CubeX

5. Interactives or Multimedia design

6. Kinect

7. Laser Harps

8. Max/MSP

9. Mapping

10.  MIDI controllers

11. Oscillators

12. Processing

13. Pure Data

14. Sensors. 3, 5, 6 or 9 degrees of freedom. Gyroscops

15. Theremins / Body theremins

4. ARTISTS

1. Abramovic, Marina.

2. Anderson, Laurie

3. Antunez, Marceli.

4. Butcher, Rosemary.

5. Cardiff, Janet and Bureaus Miller, Henry.

6. Castelluci, Romeo.

7. Donaruma, Marco.

8. Doo Sung Yoo.

9. Haraway, Donna.

10. Hecker, Tim.

11. Fabre, Jan.

12. FeedBack5

13. Fontana, Bill

14. Jordan, Ryan

15. Judson Dance Theatre: Y. Rainer, Tricia Brown, Yoko Ono

16. Leafcutter, John.

17. Lozano-Hemmer, Rafael.

18. Marclay, Christian

19. Mech, Jean.

20. Mindbox.

21. Nicolai, Carsten

22. Noise, Amaria.

23. Noishx

24. Parmegiani

25. Random Dance.

26. Reich, Steve

27. Scanner, Dj

28. Snibe, Scot.

29. Tanaka, Atau.

30. Tone, Yasunao

31. Vandekeyvus, Wim.

32. Xenakis, Iannis

33. Wollscheid, Achim

34. Ziegler, Chris.

5. RESEARCH

1. LABS

2. FESTIVALS

3. INSTITUTIONS

4. MUSEUMS

5. UNIVERSITY RESEARCH

6. EXHIBITIONS

7.WEBSITES

8. SOUND ARCHIVES

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