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ATOM, instalación de Roberte Henke (Monolake) en Mutek09

Posted in arte, Ciencia, Elegancia, Música, Retech with tags , , , , on agosto 24, 2009 by vinculaciones

En Mutek Montreal hace varios años que se vienen haciendo de las mejores presentaciones de instalaciones performáticas audiovisuales, este año no fue la excepción. De la genial confluencia de Robert Henke con el programador Christopher Bauder y el grupo Artificiel.

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Entrevista y +Info:

Via Turbulence

Via Create Digital


Minidoc de elFuturo

Posted in 1, Amigos, arte, Ciencia, Conciencia, Filosofía, Música, Música pa' mis venas, Me estás jodiendo!, política, Retech, Trabajo, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on julio 28, 2009 by vinculaciones

Aca va un video con entrevistas de lo que fue el primer evento elFuturo, para los que no pudieron venir, para los que se quieren enterar, para los que quieren rememorar, para los que lo hicieron posible sobretodo. Gracias a los que apuestan al Futuro.

Lo que siempre cambia aunque nunca es distinto, Heráclito 72 dpi flow.

Posted in 1, arte, Retech, Trabajo, Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on marzo 15, 2009 by vinculaciones


De Paulino Estela.

Diseño sonoro de cymatics: Fabián Kesler.

Coolaboración en realización de objetos: Javier Bernasconi.

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Fotos por Juan Pablo Ferlat.


Big Ideas (don’t get any)

Posted in arte, Música, Me estás jodiendo!, Videos with tags , , , , on junio 10, 2008 by vinculaciones

Video by James Houston
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I’m a student graduating from the Glasgow School of Art’s visual communication course in a few days. This is my final project.

Radiohead held an online contest to remix “Nude” from their album – “In Rainbows” This was quite a difficult task for everybody that entered, as Nude is in 6/8 timing, and 63bpm. Most music that’s played in clubs is around 120bpm and usually 4/4 timing. It’s pretty difficult to seamlessly mix a waltz beat into a DJ set.

This resulted in lots of generic entries consisting of a typical 4/4 beat, but with arbitrary clips from “Nude” thrown in so that they qualified for the contest.

Thom Yorke joked at the ridiculousness of it in an interview for NPR radio, hinting that they set the competition to find out how people would approach such a challenging task.

I decided to take the piss a bit, as the contest seemed to be in that spirit.

Based on the lyric (and alternate title) “Big Ideas: Don’t get any” I grouped together a collection of old redundant hardware, and placed them in a situation where they’re trying their best to do something that they’re not exactly designed to do, and not quite getting there.

It doesn’t sound great, as it’s not supposed to.

I missed the contest deadline, so I’m offering it here for you to enjoy.

Sinclair ZX Spectrum – Guitars (rhythm & lead)
Epson LX-81 Dot Matrix Printer – Drums
HP Scanjet 3c – Bass Guitar
Hard Drive array – Act as a collection of bad speakers – Vocals & FX