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DIY and Maker Communities in Electronic Music
(Cambridge University Press, 2017-10)
Since the late 1990s, there has been huge growth in new do-it-yourself (DIY) and maker communities, reflecting the democratisation of technology. Such practitioners have tended to reject pervasive and ubiquitous technologies ...
Stones & Noises
(Prism Festival, Arizona Sate University, 2016-11)
Stones and Noises - for stones, scrubbing brushes and noise synths - explores sounds produced by repetitive actions of rubbing stones together and scrubbing with brushes opposed by a noise generator. The piece also presents ...
Slippery Bows and Slow Circuits
This article is based on a keynote lecture given at the 51st International Musicological Colloquium, Masaryk University, Brno, that was part lecture, part performance. The lecture was presented in the style of a series of ...
Speculative Sound Circuits
(Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC), 2018-10)
Alternative approaches to electronic music through speculative sound circuits are discussed. These approaches borrow from emerging theories in speculative design and the work of designer/theorist Anthony Dunne. Dunne’s ...
Sacrificial Floors Tour
A floor strewn with beer cans, bits of scrap metal, ceramic bowls, curious, miscellaneous electronics and wires: a collection of sundry things to make sound. Tetsuya Umeda, Dirty Electronics and Tim Shaw create a series ...
The Music of Things
The talk will focus on making music through the fundamental exploration of electronic components, solder, wires and electricity itself. This serves as an extension to David Tudor’s idea of composing inside electronics. ...
Dirty Electronics: Dommune Live Broadcast (Tokyo, Japan)
Live broadcast and video stream of Dirty Electronics performance of new work with Kanta Horio, Dark Electronics, for Sapporo International Art Festival (SIAF) 2017.
Dirty Electronics Soho Radio Residency
Dirty Electronics Soho Radio Residency 19 – 23 March celebrating Music for DIY Electronics. With special guests, workshops, micro forum & performances, broadcast, and exhibition featuring artwork PCBs and graphic scores: ...
Disruption, intervention, transference, halfway-ness, violation – the conversion of data/sound from one medium to another results in a new material phenomena, trans-media, found in the hidden corners of esoteric technological ...
Wonky Shapes and Wrong Code
Shapes, patterns, colours, materials, objects and things: all belonging to the making of sound. The materials of sound are no longer restricted to the sound itself, but the materials that are used to create sound. Some of ...