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Generator.x in Stavanger #2

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Generator.x:  Introduction

Generator.x: Introduction

Wattenberg: Shape of Song

Wattenberg: Shape of Song

For the opening, I gave a short introduction to generative art and design, which was followed by Trond Lossius speaking about his work with sound. He talked about generative sound being sound as a Platonic idea, with the specific incarnations being shadows of a meta-sound which is never really heard.

The exhibition was followed by a live concert with local electronica heroes QRT, HOH and NES. Gisle Frøysland did live visuals using the open source MøB software he has developed at BEK. I showed my own piece Neon Organic in a newly revamped OpenGL realtime version.

The exhibition will remain in Stavanger for a minimum 3 weeks, see the Tou Scene web site for details. I would like to thank local organizers at Tou, Nils Henrik Asheim and Alain Fassotte, for their support and quick turnaround in organizing an excellent opening event. Thanks also to Espen Tversland, the museum host for the National Museum who will follow the exhibition around Norway.

More photos to follow, including videos of the projected pieces and the concert.

C.E.B. Reas: Process 8

C.E.B. Reas: Process 8

QRT live with Frøysland on visuals

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