Zimoun : Sound Sculptures & Installations


Compilation Video V1.3 / Nov.2009

More information: zimoun.ch


Trondheim Matchmaking, 16-18 October 2009

The TEKS (Trondeim Electronic Art Centre) website now works, and the programme for the Trondheim Matchmaking exhibition is announced. The festival carries the slogan “art that cares” (stemming from Electroboutique’s slogan) and “music that bends”.

See: http://www.teks.no/2009/tmm.html for more.


Coming in October:

There’s not much info on the webpage due to a hack, but it will feature the first Nordic Electroboutique which you can check out  here.

Thank you, Marcus

Thank you Marcus, for contributing these photos to my antenna aesthetics collection. Lovely!

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Any other examples of towers, needles, camouflaged, discreet, parabola senders and receivers are received with gratefulness.

More BIG machines!!!!

Here is a really nice and very hands on demo of the differance betwen CPU and GPU graphics rendering ( I know Geek stuff) but its also one mighty impresive machine!!!!!!

Bernie Lubell

Of particular interest to Karen and Janna:

Bernie Lubell is an artist living in San Francisco, CA.

I make interactive installations that focus on the intersection of science and the arts — but my work is adamantly low -tech. These installations use no computers or video or motors and are entirely powered by visitors to the show.
(read more of his artist statement here)

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(Photo: Per Platou)

This picture is of me at Lubell’s exhibition at the Pasadena Art Gallery, LA, May 2008, cranking myself into one of his works. It’s very noisy inside the coffin, with sounds generated by the springs you can see in the photo, as well as other parts of his exhibition. Once you’ve had enough of being inside, you can simply crank yourself back to the world of the living! The man on the right is media archaeologist, Erkki Huhtamo, and curator of the exhibition. Google him. It’s worth it!

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Bernie Lubell’s website
The Etiology of Innocence. (Streaming video). Bernie Lubell speaks at the UCLA Graduate Lecture Series — March 3, 2008.