Ping-Reset by Bart Koppe is an installation where 36 internet routers attached to the ceiling are rebooted when functioning, making an attached object to make a sound, creating an orchestrated symphony generated by ping and reset.
What is there in common between our current obsession with data (as pertaining to the debates surrounding privacy and social media) and the fetishism for vinyl expressed in record collecting? The idea that an immaterial process can be stockpiled carries →
View the Sonar 2006 photo gallery.
The 2006 edition of Sònar, now renamed as “international festival of advanced music and multimedia art” has again opened its flux of sounds, involving a non stop very large public →
What is the sound of electricity? Amongst the possible answers to this question there’s the one given by the Canadian artist Jean-Pierre Aubé through his ‘Save the waves’, a giant installation made at the →
In the overflow of precarious sequences and cuttings, remainding the weak post-PC music productions boom of middle nineties, the personal video productions, fueled by integrated webcams and family camcorders, is pouring on the web, proving once →
A timeline made by a series of grids of 3×3 points. This is the first sight of 9Dots, an experimental project presented at the web flash festival 2006. It’s an audio/visual device implemented by Pierre Delmas →
“Breathing is something singers seem to insist on doing…” according to what the software house Waves claims presenting its new plug-in DeBreath. Thus, in order to solve this annoying inconvenient, digital technology has created this application →
While Internet population has already started asking if Web 2.0 is getting boring because of all its services and plugins, net artists keep exploring all the alternatives offered by blogs as →
The sequencer, meant as content editing interface, has already gone too far from the cultural nexus with the musical production, becoming a symbolic archetype that structures digital informations. One of the phenomena it has generated is →
WYHIWYG what you hear is what you get. This seems to be the last link of a long chain of acronyms coined during the years and related to the evolution of the man-machine interaction. From the →
Visiting the official website of a traditional piano-making company like Grotrian, you will be surprised by the presence of what is simply called ‘game’, the Pianolina, that is instead a real digital musical instrument. The invitation →