Trace Reddell
Since the beginning
Works in Lafayette United States of America

BIO
Trace Reddell has been exploring the intersections of literary criticism, audio and multimedia production, digital networks, media theory, and the history of drug culture for almost 15 years. He has a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Trace is currently an Assistant Professor of Digital Media Studies at the University of Denver, where he also directs the graduate program in DMS. Most recently, Trace launched Perspective House, a net.art and digital theory site hosted by U of Denver's Digital Media Studies program (http://perspectivehouse.du.edu).

Trace's "LITMIXER" project may be found in Electronic Book Review's music/sound/noise issue. "Machinery for Dreaming," an exercise in .txt-to-.midi conversion exploring the work of Thomas De Quincey, is included in the latest Stasis_Space Exhibit, The Palimpsest Project. Trace has had MP3s included in several .microsound compilations under the names The pHarmanaut and Galactus Zeit, as well as at ontomuse, Kunstnett Norge / Artnet Norway's 20 02 2002: The International Day of Time-Specific Art Exhibit, and The Communications of Tomorrow label. He established Radio Pharmakopolis as part of the OpenAir Radiotopia for Ars Electronica 2002. Links to these projects and works may be found at Trace's web site: http://www.du.edu/~treddell.

Trace is an active curator and editor. He curates a monthly series of new music at Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art called visualsoundings. A CD of works from MCA/D performers is scheduled for release in July 2003 on the A:D:A:P:T label, launched through the Digital Media Studies program at University of Denver. In Winter 2003, Trace begain editing the ongoing music/sound/noise series at Electronic Book Review (http://www.electronicbookreview.com), and he has taken on curatorial duties at Alt-X Audio, the audio wing of the Alt-X Publishing Network (http://www.altx.com). Trace also heads the Bureau of Pharmakogeographical Surveying, part of the U.S. Department of Art and Technology, for which he articulates drug policy. In this capacity, he plans to create and direct a number of projects related to the Experimental Party throughout the 2004 election year (http://www.experimentalparty.org).
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EVENT

The Alt-Xmas Special :: new releases at alt-x audio


Dates:
Thu Dec 01, 2005 00:00 - Thu Dec 01, 2005

Dear friends,

Just in time for the holidays, Alt-X Audio delivers a set of new releases, featuring our first Alt-Xmas Album. Other new programs include tobias c. van veen’s streaming Counter-Strike interventions, and the launching of a weekly music video blog from Alt-X Audio host, Trace Reddell.

Details and links follow.

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Alt-X Audio Presents .
Don't Drive Today with Yesterday's Maps
The Meta-Sci-Fi-Christmas-Musical
By Joe Milutis
Now available in hypertext form.
****Starring Frankie Martin*****
Including THE COMPLETE SAGA,
CHARTS FOR THE SONGS, MORE META,
AND AN ESSAY ON THE """"TRUE MEANING
OF CHRISTMAS"""""".

Our featured project: the Alt-Xmas Album, “Don’t Drive Today with Yesterday’s Map,” is a holiday hyper-musical arranged like an advent calendar.

The project begins today, December 1, 2005. From now until December 25th, you'll find daily media treats that offer a genre-bending treatment of Christmas, militarism, film, and failure. The project is directed by Joe Milutis and stars Frankie Martin.

Don't cheat!
It's time art!
Christmas must be overthrown!

http://www.altx.com/audio

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AND THERE's MORE!

:: alt-x audio #14 ::
"air.strike"
streaming performance
by tobias c. van veen

Collateral interventions in the Counter-Strike gaming network.

http://www.altx.com/audio

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AND STILL MORE!

alt-x audio >
hosting "It's a Psych-Out!"
the new music video blog from
Pharmakopolis Broadcasting Services

Weekly collisions between the PBS mp3 catalog and a database of video objects.

http://www.altx.com/audio

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Alt-X Audio features concept albums, streaming audio feeds, and on the EBR flip-side, essays on music, sound, and noise.

Best wishes,

Trace Reddell
Your Host at
Alt-X Audio,
part of the
Alt-X Online
Network
altx.com

alt-x audio at http://www.altx.com/audio


DISCUSSION

The Alt-Xmas Special :: new releases at alt-x audio


Dear friends,

Just in time for the holidays, Alt-X Audio delivers a set of new releases, featuring our first Alt-Xmas Album. Other new programs include tobias c. van veen

DISCUSSION

Perspective House 1 :: digital salvage :: now live!


Over a year in the making!
37 international works.
Original articles.
Different angles.

Perspective House 1 :: digital salvage

The first issue of Perspective House, "Digital Salvage," presents responses to
a call devised from Eryk Salvaggio's Six Rules toward a New Internet Art. Also
featured are cover articles from _pH-1 Guest Editor, Eryk Salvaggio, and
_pH-Director, Trace Reddell.

Under the editorial guidance of Daemian Garett M., Perspective House is set
for an exciting year of new content, including an interview with Randall
Packer, Secretary of the US Dept. of Art and Technology, new original net.art,
theory and speculation, and interactive member features. With years at the
musical helm of radiovalve.com, _pH-Music Editor Brian Comerford promises an
exciting year of sonic treats.

http://perspectivehouse.du.edu

Perspective House Crew
Editor, Daemian Garett M.
Music Editor, Brian Comerford
Director, Trace Reddell

Review Board
Angela Forster
Eric Gangloff
Jeremy Turner

_pH-1 Design, Mike Brittain
_pH-1 Guest Editor, Eryk Salvaggio

DISCUSSION

Perspective House 1 :: digital salvage


Over a year in the making!

Perspective House 1 :: digital salvage

37 international works.
Original articles.
Different angles.

The first issue of Perspective House, "Digital Salvage," presents responses to a call devised from Eryk Salvaggio's Six Rules toward a New Internet Art. Also featured are cover articles from _pH-1 Guest Editor, Eryk Salvaggio, and _pH-Director, Trace Reddell.

Under the editorial guidance of Daemian Garett M., Perspective House is set for an exciting year of new content, including an interview with Randall Packer, Secretary of the US Dept. of Art and Technology, new original net.art, theory and speculation, and interactive member features. With years at the musical helm of radiovalve.com, _pH-Music Editor Brian Comerford promises an exciting year of sonic treats.

http://perspectivehouse.du.edu

Perspective House Crew

Editor, Daemian Garett M.
Music Editor, Brian Comerford
Director, Trace Reddell

Review Board
Angela Forster
Eric Gangloff
Jeremy Owen Turner

_pH-1 Design, Mike Brittain
_pH-1 Guest Editor, Eryk Salvaggio

DISCUSSION

soundhouse | interactive audio | live streams | installations | event


A reminder that

soundhouse

takes place tonight.

Live show at 2490 S. Gaylord St. (Mass Comm and Journalism Building, U of D=
enver)

> University Blvd south to E. Harvard
> west on E. Harvard to S. Gaylord
> building on northeast corner of Harvard/Gaylord, across from park

> live sets start at 8pm MST in the living room
> interactive multimedia on multiple computer stations, plus rotating scree=
ning of interactive works in the game room throughout the night
> two installation pieces

TELEPRESENCE SUPPORTS

Participate online at http://www.du.edu/~treddell/soundhouse/

Live audio, multiple live video cams, chat, interaction.

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soundhouse | live mixes, installations, interactive sound

:: soundhouse provides an immersive audio experience of the metaphor of the=
house, the rhythms of daily life, and the textured layers and ambience of =
home ::

:: in three rooms ::

ROOM 1: GAME ROOM
:: multimedia programming includes sound games, digital spoken word, the ki=
tchen mixer, sonic panoramas, interactive wallpaper, 3D telepresence, hyper=
lyrics, and more by students of Advanced Digital Audio Production

ROOM 2: THE LIVING ROOM
:: live DJ sets from DJ Brake and Justin Efekt, browser mixing from em.chia=
, memory collage from Lisa Ray, and chance loop constructions from recor an=
d the pHarmanaut

ROOM 3: HYPNOGOGIC BEDROOM
:: hypnotic patterns of sound and visual textures in a relaxing atmosphere

:: LOCATION :: 2490 S. Gaylord St (Mass Comm and Journalism building, U of =
Denver)
:: DATE :: Tuesday June 4, 2002
:: TIME :: 8pm MST

:: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

:: live webcast throughout the duration of the performance

:: http://www.du.edu/~treddell/soundhouse/