MULTI-av : A Cross-Continental Audio-Visual Jam

Posted by neil jenkins | Fri Sep 10th 2004 4:53 a.m.

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MULTI-av A Cross-Continental Audio-Visual Jam
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Part of the 2004 Sonic Circuits DC Festival @ Flashpoint
916 G St. NW Washington, DC.

Friday 10th September 2004
21.30 - 22.30 EST [02.30 - 03.30 BST]

featuring :

Mikroknytes [USA]
Sawtooth [UK]
Stalker [Australia]

Using the Internet and web based computer application, Visitors Studio,
live digital video and audio will be mixed from all three continents,
broadcast online and projected in the gallery.

http://www.furtherstudio.org/live

The live show at Flashpoint will also feature performances in the
gallery by Sutekh and Portable.

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MultiAV
http://www.techclub-dc.com/techclub_multi-av.html

Visitors Studio
http://www.furtherstudio.org/live

Mikroknytes [USA]
http://www.mikroknytes.com

Sawtooth [UK]
http://www.sawtooth.org.uk

Darren Ziesing aka Stalker [Australia]
http://www.abc.net.au/arts/adlib/stories/s903465.htm

Sutekh [USA]
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Sutekh

Portable (Background Records) [South Africa]
http://www.forcedexposure.com/artists/portable.html

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The TECHCLUB performance series began in the Spring of 2003 with the
event OPEN MINIJAX. Derek Morton, an artist and an independent promoter
of experimental media in Washington DC began TECHCLUB seeking to build
community among like-minded artist and musicians who explored their
artistic expression through creative uses of technology. TECHCLUB will
showcase a diversity of talent from the halls of Academia to regional
emerging artists new to their medium.
http://www.techclub-dc.com/

The Visitors Studio is Furtherfield project - an open, multi-user,
online arena for creative dialogue, and collective performance where we
invite you to chat, mix and upload files to participate in the creation
of new work.
http://www.furtherfield.org/
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