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Beekman & Gremo performances in .nl and .be


apologies for cross-posting

October 7
Amsterdam @ Kraakgeluiden in de Binnenstad
21.30
<http://squat.net/overtoom301/pages/events.html>
Bruce Gremo - MAX/MSP, shakuhachi and flutes - <http://suddensite.net>
Rene Beekman - video - <http://www.xs4all.nl/~rbeekman>
Thomas Ankersmit - saxophone
Cor Fuhler - EMS and other sound makers - <http://www.euronet.nl/users/fuhler/>

'Route' performance in the Netherlands and Belgium

'Route' is a multiple-computer instrument-concept developed by
composer Bruce Gremo and artist Rene Beekman which enables not only
independent real time DSP improvisation in both the audio and video
realms, but enables the two performers to cross-route control, so
that the audio performer controls the visual and vice versa. What
they primarily improvise with is the configurations of routing,
constantly changing the control surface, its topography.

<http://www.xs4all.nl/~rbeekman/projects/route/index.html>

October 9
Rotterdam @ Worm
20.30
cracks & guts in live-cinema
<http://www.wormweb.nl/agenda/index.aaa?id2955>
Bart van Dongen, Jennek Geels, a.o. 'The sound of a city'
Bruce Gremo & Rene Beekman 'Route'

October 10
Amsterdam @ Steim
20.30
No Backup Concerts
<http://www.steim.nl/activity.html>
Anthony Hequet 'Mund'
Bruce Gremo & Rene Beekman 'Route'

October 12
Brussels @ Nadine
20:30
<http://www.nadine.be>
with the support of iMal
<http://www.imal.org>
Bruce Gremo & Rene Beekman 'Route'

DISCUSSION

Re: Welcome to the Multiplex - Documenta 11, New Generation Film Festival (Lyon), LA Film Festival


apologies for the delay in replying, have been catching up on email
after having been offline for a couple of days

RHIZOME DIGEST: 7.5.02
From: Lev Manovich (manovich@jupiter.ucsd.edu)
>Given my interest in new forms of cinema I was attracted to a number of
>multi-screen installations at Documenta, including works by such
>heavyweights as Isaac Julien, Chantal Akerman, and Eija-Liisa Ahtila. I
>thought that Ahtila