This was the Berlin Performance:
-> Facebook Event
Sébastien Piquemal / Tim Shaw / Jonas Hummel
will present two pieces of theirs which use smart mobile devices as a performance instrument in different ways.
>> Friday, 10th of October. 21h30 @ NK, Elsenstrasse 52, 12059 Berlin
“Fields” and “Projectionist Orchestra” are two experimental music pieces exploring new areas of musical composition and audience participation through the use of mobile technology.…
In September I gave a two week workshop on building personal electronic instruments from old radios in Kampala, Uganda.
An impression you can find in this photo gallery.
Thanks to Goethe Zentrum Kampala, Bayimba Festival and the German Embassy for making this possible. It was fun to work with Santuri Safari. I hope the DIY-performance seed was successfully planted over there!!…
I performed with BiLE at the Network Music Festival this September:
BiLE (Birmingham Laptop Ensemble) are a collaborative group of composers and performers of instrumental and electroacoustic music. Six artists were brought together through their shared interest in live performance and desire to perform and improvise together in an interactive ensemble. BiLE has an open attitude towards experimentation with sound, allowing members of the group to bring their own tools and musical experience to the ensemble.…
From May till July I took part in a seminar offered by the 3D MIN project in Berlin.
Something that resulted from it besides ideas and experience> https://www.facebook.com/events/641709425920747/
The NEW GHOSTS project worked on a networked touchable instrument. Built in SuperCollider with Republic library. Code snippets to explore from here…
Following Up from our Rebellious Devices Experience, Graham Booth and I develop “Chinese Whispers” an installation for five hacked megaphones and two performers. An attempt at a networked multiplayer instrument.
This was presented at XcoaX Conference, Porto (Portugal) 2014. It had its premiere in Crewe at my 2013 November Noise Concert.
See our Trailer and performance excerpts here:
Together with phd fellow Chloe Mullet I perform a revised version of our duo collaboration “Singing Trains” at Hope University, Liverpool.
I also presented an attempt to solo livecode from scratch “Mexican style” (9 mins). The video docu of that performance can be seen here!
I hope to put up videos from the Trains Duo as well!
Adam Fairhall teamed up with me to invite some of his improvising colleagues to this wonderful event at the Axis Arts Centre, Crewe!
On March 5th, we play a series of 3min. Duo and trio performances at the foyer of the Axis Arts Centre at MMU Cheshire.
I am touring with MMUle and Proto-Type Theatre from Crewe, to Lancaster and Manchester to perform some shows of:
“A show that steals its style from the gig, the opera and the recital, The Good, the God and the Guillotine is a music-driven piece of theatre like no other. A long walk, the beach.…
A weeklong get together of motivated people from all kinds of digital art backgrounds.
Over the last few weeks, I have developped several strands at the same time. All in preparation for a concert which I organise at Crewe Campus:
Here are some snippets of documentation online now:
There are lots of different things to see and hear in there.…
I am part of Prototype’s new Project: “The Good, The God and The Guillotine”
After several rehearsal phases the project is approaching its last days now. Tomorrow will be the Premiere.
I am a part of MMUle, Manchester Metropolitan University’s Laptop Ensemble, playing with Martin Blain and Paul J.Rogers. I am basically standing in for the third composer of the Show: Nick Donovan.…