New media is a term meant to encompass the emergence of digital, computerized, or networked information and communication technologies in the later part of the 20th century.

Project

Paper Speakers

This project explores the technical, design, and aesthetic possibilities of 2-D, flexible audio speaker technology. The premise underlying this exploration is the idea that sound can be thought of as a physically immediate, transparent and embodied material. The end goal for me is the use of this material for my art practice: Sound Art, Installation, and Composition.

Project

68

Why do we create art and what do we expect it to do? This is the question posed in 68. In the beginning we witness the creative act: a poet, writing and speaking out the earliest fragments of his poems; discovering through experiment his voice, both physically and figuratively.

Blog entry

Intuitive Jitter Editor via Cellblock

Posted by Jeff Lubow on August 27, 2009

I've patched together a simple example of a way to edit a Jitter (char in this example) matrix without the traditional methods found in the help file.
Basically the idea is to capture keystrokes only when the current window is active. Then based on defined ASCII criteria, output that as you're graphically navigating around the matrix. I'm taking advantage of individual cell output mode.

Project

Cenzontle (Mockingbird)

Roberto Morales, Cenzontle

Skilled improvisers are able to shape in real time a music discourse by continuously modulating pitch, rhythm, tempo and loudness to communicate high-level information such as musical structures and emotion.

Project

lumen

“Lumen” is an hour-long composition in three movements. Using shadow screens, precise mime-like movement, and a unifying musical language, the movements work together to create a narrative form inspired from both Javanese shadow play and early silent cinema. The three movements can also be performed individually.

I. Lumen Prelude -- in which we are introduced to our

Audio

Jay Cloidt – CrossTalk

Posted by Jay Cloidt on July 16, 2009

Crosstalk is a "duet for pianist and piano". The performer plays a piano part live (on a MIDI-enabled piano) from notation, and the MIDI output is sent to a laptop running Max MSP. The Max patch running on the laptop analyzes the realtime input and uses it to trigger the second part of the duet, which is played on another (virtual) piano.

Project

Crosstalk

crosstalk
(duet for pianist and piano)
composed by jay cloidt, 2007

commissioned by nancy karp + dancers
programming by barry threw
performed by marja mutru, piano

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