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Sound Art Inkubator 2013

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Sound Art Inkubator curated by Kontejner and exhibited in Gallery Močvara in Zagreb on opening day brought together Ivan Jovanovac, Tin Dožić and Kruno Jošt. Their collaboration is exquisite 30 minutes ambient dream.

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May 8th, 2013 at 8:39 pm

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Textil{e}tronics in Galženica Gallery, Velika Gorica, Croatia

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Textil{e}tronics
From textile to electronic thread, from substance to fashion item

02.03.2012. – 01.04.2012.
Galženica Gallery, Velika Gorica, Croatia
http://www.galerijagalzenica.info/node/2819 

 

‘Let’s now delve deep into the fluff’
Massimo Banzi, Getting Started with Arduino

‘Following the development of a simple thread into complex new media objects, the exhibition will touch upon recent developments in the areas of wearable technology and electronic sculpting through lumino light objects and the presentation of Arduino microcontrollers.

Dealing with sculptural textile (J. Štefanec) and electronic thread (A. Klančić), designed substance and new meanings of objects (P. Dona), as well as socially responsible textile art (M. M. Pungerčar), the exhibition presents an overview of contemporary new media directions and questions the meaning of the medium as such. The social and emacipatory aspects of textile arts are clear – they invoke thoughts of industrial manufacturing, DIY subculture and self-sustained systems, especially in relation to recent similar developments in the fields of open source and wearable technology (Arduino, Body Pixel Studio).

The thread as a seemingly fragile, but basically all-pervasive, almost indestructible matter, and the wire as a conductor and an arbiter of electrons are hereby linked. Juxtaposed in a way, the materials provide the cohesive narrative for the objects presented. The exhibition examines this link from the microscopic amorphous shape and suppleness of the material, all the way to the subtle robustness of the objects. Mechanic perfection, be it the human body or a machine, is not a prerogative here, since the delightful awkwardness of mechanics does not comply with the projected reality. The uncertainty of the performance which accompanies every new-media art process, is quite well suited to the fragility of the textile thread.’
Text by Deborah Hustic

Guerilla knitters: Una Bauer, Ana Dadić a.k.a. ŠtrikAna, Vana Gaćina, Ivana Ivković, Antonija Letinić, Maja Kalogera, Marijana Rimanić, Maša Žarnić.

Curator: Deborah Hustić http://www.bodypixelstudio.com/

DIY Arduino by Davor Jandrijević Emard

Curator’s assistant & organizer: Ana Kovačić
Design: Petra Zlonoga
Music: Kruno Jošt

 

 

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March 2nd, 2012 at 9:58 am

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I Love Noise 1

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ILN 1 is recorded A/V performace lasting 25 minutes using moving images filmed on the travel to Dubrovnik, most South  (once free) city in Croatia.  Short clips are turned into loops and eventually became an abstraction that are powering the sound behind it. Using Pure Data and sometimess WIImote controler an intensive performance that goes into sphere of self investigation and spiritual.

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July 1st, 2009 at 1:25 pm

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New release on GentleJunk co. NetLabel

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Wonderful Industry

WIA compilation of two last sessions recorded at the “Silence Reservoir” venue in Zagreb, Croatia by Impromondays crew:
Dragan Pajic – Pajo: noises, prepared piano, vocals, el. guitar and effects;
Anna Ghallo: poetry, vocals with effects;
Kruno Jošt: el.guitar with effects, laptop, prepared instruments.

Sometimes scary, sometimes ironic, sometimes psychedelic but always elegant and educational relationship of inner world and outside technology specified in rhymes such as: ” I want to have sexual relationship with Bill Gatess” or using actively a passive digital recorder made mistakes and sel-edited cuts.
Recorded summer 2008.
Time: 30 min.
DOWNLOAD AT ARCHIVE.ORG >>

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May 23rd, 2009 at 2:54 pm

New release on GentleJunk co. NetLabel

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Assorted Assault


Alexandre Torres Porres is a musician from Brazil with Master’s Degree in Composition and currently at a doctorate in Computer Music. Interested in many things from Brazilian Pop Music, Erudit to Noise. He also signs some of his stuff under Mental Osmosis and is the newest addition to LiveNoiseTupi.
In this compilation, you will find some assorted productions. He acts as a composer, performer, and gets sounds out of many instruments at his home studio, but really studies how to use the computer as an instrument, for productions and live performances. More on Torres Porres work http://porres.googlepages.com/.
Length: 20 min
Recorded at ATP home studio in 2007/08.

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May 22nd, 2009 at 10:45 pm

GentleJunk @ Free Radio: Stanica M.I.R. – StarMali live 2006

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StarMali live @ FRSM 2006

‘GentleJunk @ Free Radio: Stanica M.I.R. – StarMali live 2006′ are live radio shows produced for ‘GentleJunk co. Free Radio’ that is member of internet radio network FRSM in Croatia.

‘StarMali’ shows are live recordings using mostly digital equipment and free and non-free software. Sounds in each session vary from drone, long dreamy sounds, broken beats, clicks and noises.

GentleJunk co. NetLabel release 19/02/09
Recorded during  2006
Duration: 62 minutes

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February 19th, 2009 at 2:50 am

LiveNoiseTupi

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LNT has had 6 performances since November 2008 until end of February 2009. It is project that was born under exchange of open culture between Croatia and Brazil and established by Ricardo Palmieri, by making PD patch under name od ‘I Love Noise’. Since than history is in making. LNT performed in Ljubljana, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Sao Paulo and Sao Caetano. Audio visual performance are bricolage of noise, circuit bending and prepared instruments sounds, improvisation, collaboration with local artists and spoken word on Tupi lenguages, a similarity of languages most of west coast South American natives are speaking.

For your viewing pleasure performance recorded at Sao Caetano in two parts.

Part one:

Part two

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February 18th, 2009 at 1:18 pm