pasquet olivier
Since 2004
Works in Berlin Germany

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BIO
Producer and electronic music composer, Olivier Pasquet taught himself composition and later computer music while working in various recording studios. From 1996 to 1999, he studied composition in Cambridge, uk. Since, at Ircam and elsewhere, he works alone and collaborates with artists coming from various esthetic worlds (digital art, popular or contemporary music). He is also often involved in shows : danse, opera, theatre music and classical contemporary theatre. With 65 creations, he has worked with people like Georges Aperghis, Brice Pauset, Ludovic Lagarde, William Forsythe, Rand Steiger, Florian Hecker… He writes electronic music or IDM using his own concepts or algorithms. His pieces, shown in concert halls or museums around the world, are more and more focussed on physical forms allowing some kind of materialization. One of his research interests is composition for voiced or spoken text and “parametric” composition strongly linked with architectural design. He organized the first european Max/MSP/Jitter workshop Andreas Breitscheid and Manuel Poletti at FNM. He got the Villa Medicis, the Arcadi, a residency at Tokyo Wonder Site and Chile.
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EVENT

Stuttgart Max Workshop April 11 a 16, 2005


Dates:
Tue Apr 12, 2005 00:00 - Tue Mar 08, 2005

see announcement on April 11th


EVENT

Stuttgart Max Workshop April 11 a 16, 2005


Dates:
Mon Apr 11, 2005 00:00 - Tue Mar 08, 2005

Forum Neues Musiktheater of Staatsoper Stuttgart will present a Max / MSP / Jitter Workshop, April 11 - 16, 2005.

In the last ten years, Max / MSP / Jitter has developed into one of the standard software applications for interactive media and live performances. The workshop is aimed at Max MSP users with a basic or intermediate understanding of the application, professionals involved in music, composition, theatre, video art and media art, as well as artists/users who perform live.

The Max / MSP / Jitter workshop will be held by: David Zicarelli (author of the program) / San Francisco, Richard Dudas / Boulder. CL, Jeremie Bernstein / New York, Berlin, Manuel Poletti / Paris, Olivier Pasquet / Paris, Gilbert Nouno / IRCAM, Paris, Jasch / Luzern, Laetitia Sonami / Oakland, C.A. and other international specialists.

Friday, April 15, 2005, 8 p.m.
Max / MSP / Jitter VJ -and DJ lounge with Jeremie Bernstein, Olivier Pasquet and Gilbert Nouno.

Saturday, April 16, 2005, 8 p.m
“Die Reihe” concert / interactive performance with Laetitia Sonami

The workshop and the presentation will be held in English. You will find more detailed information in the enclosed registration sheet or on our website www.fnm.de. For more information please contact me via telephone +49 (0) 711 55042321 or email forum.presse@staatstheater-stuttgart.de.


DISCUSSION

right announcement


Hi,

I'm sorry, there were a minor mistake in the previous email. Sorry
about that.

Olive.

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Forum Neues Musiktheater of Staatsoper Stuttgart will present a Max /
MSP / Jitter Workshop, April 11

DISCUSSION

Stuttgart_Max_Workshop_April_11_


Forum Neues Musiktheater of Staatsoper Stuttgart will present a Max /
MSP / Jitter Workshop, April 11

EVENT

Weserburg Museum Bremen - Wall paper glue


Dates:
Thu Dec 16, 2004 00:00 - Sun Dec 12, 2004

Olivier Pasquet will perform "Wall Paper Glue". It is a new live electronic music piece using sung/spoken/something voice and live best fitted patterns.
Wall Paper Glue = (figurative/abstract) & (stories/quantic fields equations)

December 16th 2004 at 7pm.
Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen
Teerhof 20
28199 Bremen
Germany