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29/1 - 10/2 10:00 - 20:00

filmachine @ Podewils'sches Palais

see as well: filmachine: Tuesday 29/1 - Sunday 10/2, 10:00 - 20:00 @ Podewils'sches Palais
Three circles of loudspeakers are suspended from the ceiling above an abstract landscape. On entering the space, the visitor starts the composition with a button at the center of the piece, triggering an immersive audio-visual experience in a 3-dimensional soundscape, enhanced by a specially designed LED lighting system. For the exhibition in Berlin, Keiichiro Shibuya creates a new composition which is presented here as a world premiere. It is based on research of complex systems and makes use of cellular automata and logistic maps for sound synthesis.
The accompanying CD 'filmachine phonics' emulates the spatial experience of the installation within the limited acoustic space of stereo headphones.

filmachine was developed and premiered at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM), Japan in 2006 (photo).
filmachine in Berlin is the work's international premiere. It is produced by Les  Les Jardins des Pilotes for transmediale.08. Co-produced by ATAK and Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM) in cooperation with Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music Film and New Media. The presentation is kindly sponsored by Musikelectronic Geithain, Audio-Studiotechnik Glasa and Color Kinetics Japan and supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan.

see as well: filmachine: Tuesday 29/1 - Sunday 10/2, 10:00 - 20:00 @ Podewils'sches Palais
Three circles of loudspeakers are suspended from the ceiling above an abstract landscape. On entering the space, the visitor starts the composition with a button at the center of the piece, triggering an immersive audio-visual experience in a 3-dimensional soundscape, enhanced by a specially designed LED lighting system. For the exhibition in Berlin, Keiichiro Shibuya creates a new composition which is presented here as a world premiere. It is based on research of complex systems and makes use of cellular automata and logistic maps for sound synthesis.
The accompanying CD 'filmachine phonics' emulates the spatial experience of the installation within the limited acoustic space of stereo headphones.

filmachine was developed and premiered at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM), Japan in 2006 (photo).
filmachine in Berlin is the work's international premiere. It is produced by Les  Les Jardins des Pilotes for transmediale.08. Co-produced by ATAK and Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM) in cooperation with Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music Film and New Media. The presentation is kindly sponsored by Musikelectronic Geithain, Audio-Studiotechnik Glasa and Color Kinetics Japan and supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan.

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