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25, 26, 27 Nov, The Media Centre, Huddersfield
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WED 24 - FRI 26 NOV

WORKSHOP / PURE DATA /
NOW FULLY BOOKED

THU 25 NOV

ALKU DJs [ES] / 7.30pm - 11pm
Classic computer music, early electroacoustics, whale songs, bluegrass, black metal and everything in between.

FRI 26 NOV

SHOWCASE / 10am - 5.30pm /
Steve Symons/Aura, Nick Collins/TOPLAP, Andrew Wilson/Anywhereblogs, Tuomo Tammenpää/Creative R&D, Johannes Gees/Hello World.

LIVE / 7.30pm - 1am /
FARMERSMANUAL [AT]
KLIPP AV [UK/SE]
MILEECE [UK]


SAT 27 NOV

LIVE / 7.30pm - 1am /
STEPHAN MATHIEU [DE]
MARK FELL [UK]
TABLEX [UK/FR]
SI-CUT.DB [UK]

INSTALLATION

Medialounge / 05 Nov 04 - 07 Jan 05 /

rand()lab Logo
by Tom Betts and Joe Gilmore.

rand()% is commissioned by Media Centre Network.


Alku rand()lab, Alku 2004

rand()%lab is a presentation by the generative net.radio station, rand()%, applied to a gallery context. The installation uses the laboratory as a metaphor for research and investigation into random number generation and sound. The exhibition will feature new audio works by rand()% artists Tom Betts, Joe Gilmore, Alku, James Brouwer and Mileece, installed for the first time in a physical location.

Various experiments will be presented: the results of ongoing investigations into quantum random numbers, mutant Unix code and bio-acoustic research. By using sensor technologies and software agents to take signal feeds from plants, light, the quantum decay of beta particles, lemons, and data packet sniffing from information systems, new audio experiments are created.

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Visitors will be able to listen to the rand()% live stream via headphone listening posts, and browse exisiting rand()% works which have a previously unseen accompanying visual element, including works by rand()% collaborators:

Lia + Miguel Carvalhais [LMLB03]
Steinbrüchel / Brusa [-00:dedaih]
Renox [microsounds2004]
Eude [Aluminia......5080 m/s]
Thor and Runar Magnusson [Same, Same but Different]

http://www.r4nd.org