26. September 2017 1
Since Fall 2017 I’m holding a lecture for the NYU Berlin, Tisch School of the Arts. Since 2016 students are coming to Berlin to deepen their knowledge of “Future Pop Music Studies“: electronic music, production techniques and creative experiments as in my course. I try to encourage the students to experiement with non-product sound machines, look at how sound is created at a basic level and generally focus of unboxing and non-intended use of technology.
The Course “Creative Experiments with Emerging Music Technologies” introduces students to innovative and cutting-edge technologies of sound, video, and interface design. The course consists of both a theoretical and a hands-on part.
Music and creative technologies have shifted in the past years from preset-focused black-box devices to open and hackable hard- and software. Examples are MaxMSP (Ableton), the Kinect Motion sensor, VR-Plattforms or open source music instruments like Korgs Mono series, Littlebits or Bastl Kits. This shift enables artists today to better understand the inner workings of instruments and engage a very different working process: Devices can be created and manipulated more easily, forming future tools and creating a rich variety of different media.
- 28-30. June 2018, Madrid [ES], Prado Medialab
- 11. July, UDK, Concert for Darsha Hewitt and Nadja Buttendorf
- 02.July, Barcelona Telenokia
- 07. July 2018, Dresden [DE], Objekt Klein A, Record Release Show
- 27. July 2018, Berlin [DE], Krake Festival, Record Release Show
- New Showreel Video!
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- Video Tour Diary – Tokio
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