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... which is part of "Atelier Leitnergasse", which is member of mur.at, which is located at Graz, the hated and beloved city I live in.
The studio "Atelier Algorythmics" dedicated to the design and implementation of media art installation, especially automated sculptures, music and computer networking projects within and outside the Internet. This includes art direction, consulting, programming, construction, implementation and management for cultural institutions and artists.
Das Atelier Algorythmics widmet sich der Entwurf und Realisation von Medienkunstinstallation, speziell automatisierte Skulpturen, Computermusik und Netzwerkprojekten im und ausserhalb des Internets. Das beinhaltet künstlerische Leitung, Beratung, Programmierung, Bau, Realisation und Abwicklung für Kulturinstitutionen und Künstler.
short mission: elektrifice, algofice and musicifice
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12.12.2012: As a vinyl production the woodscratche picture disc was released // Woodscratcher als Vinyl Bild-Schallplatte herausgegeben.
Another performance of Maschinenhalle #1, which has been developed as collective with Christine Gaigg / Philipp Harnoncourt / Bernhard Lang / Winfried Ritsch (A) took place at Semperdepot in Vienna within the festival "wien modern" 2011 and the FEEDBACK festival and Symposium of Tanzquartier vienna on 18.11.2011 and 19.11.2011
Maschinen träumen Musik - ist der Übertitel zu diesen Werk im Veranstaltungsreigen ZWEIKLANG: Mensch • Machine 2011.
After the last element was set in the dome, it will be opened at 1th October 2011, where as a starting point with the performance Eintönen, the acoustics will be explored artistically.
The IEM Computermusic Ensemble is playing an Ambisonics sound systems with gestural controllers. First public concert has been at porgy and bess vienna on 9.9.2011, playing "fields", a series of composition dealing with field recordings.
At the Ars Electronica Festival 2011, in the freeroom of lentos, seven automatic piano players of the serie Rhea has been arranged in an 20m diameter circle and played like an ambisonics spatial piano space. The commissioned work by the ars electronica center Linz has used as a base the 32th tope of Josef Matthias Hauer "Und die Wellen umspielen uns" for self replicant mutation algorythms embedded in noise waves of piano tones.
The installation of the piece "Deus Cantando" from Peter Ablinger, Thomas Musil and Winfried Ritsch is shown at the new exhibition „What Machines Dream Of“ in the second floor for the next year.