This is the site for the project REBELLIOUS DEVICES by Graham Booth & Jonas Hummel.
What happens when two players take control of devices normally found in your back pocket or on your kitchen table?
Rebellious Devices is a new project which aims to explore this question using a network of portable devices found in Chinese everyday life. Expect to get up close and personal as the duo
manipulate both the devices and the invisible connections between them. Listen as digital chirps solidify into tones and tones fragment into rhythms in a continuous cycle of musical negotiation.
Who finally gains control, the players or the devices themselves?
Graham Booth and Jonas Hummel are musicians and researchers based at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Northern Ireland and Manchester Metropolitan University, England respectively. They formed the partnership Co:Lab in early 2013 to develop new social and technological systems for cooperative musical interaction. Their previous projects include ensembles of networked radios (Translocal Rundfunk Orchestra) and laptop computers (Huddersfield Experimental Laptop Orchestra, Republic111, PowerBooks UnPlugged)
This ia new project from the work following-up the china experience: