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Mapping the Vortex: Mapping and visualization with SuperCollider.
This intensive workshop by Marinos Koutsomichalis welcomes participants of any discipline who are already familiar with SuperCollider and who wish to expand their technical and practical knowledge in the fields of mapping and visualization.
The material of the workshop is based on the instructor’s latest book ‘Mapping and Visualization with SuperCollider’. Topics to be discussed and elaborated upon include: - 2D computer graphics - fractals - particle systems - complex encodings/mappings - audio/data analysis - waveform/spectra synthesis - sophisticated visualization/sonification techniques.
Following their particular interests, the participants will then be guided into designing their own audiovisual applications.
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Ambrose Seddon composes musical works for fixed media and installation in various formats. Having completed a Masters degree in electroacoustic composition at City University, London in 2004, he went on to complete doctoral studies in 2013, also at City University, supervised by Denis Smalley. With research interests in compositional structuring processes, he has presented at various international conferences and festivals. His music has been performed internationally in concert and on radio, and has received competition prizes and mentions (Visiones Sonoras; ICMC; Métamorphoses; KLANG! électroacoustique). With a background in electronica and experimental pop music, he continually strives to integrate new and varied approaches into his compositional language. Ambrose Seddon is a lecturer in Music and Audio Technology at Bournemouth University.
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France Jobin is a sound / installation / artist, composer, and curator residing in Montreal, whose audio art, qualified as "sound-sculpture", reveals a minimalist approach to complex sound environments where analog and digital intersect. Her installations incorporate both musical and visual elements inspired by the architecture of physical spaces.
Photo: Antonello Carbone