“ARMonic” is a performance piece developed during my study at Sonology & STEIM. ARMonic is performed with a DIY gesture-based system which gives the ability to shape prepared materials as well as live-samplings in real-time. An intimate relationship between the computer and body is aimed, in terms of being able to establish a developing and close relationship with the system, in which they merge together and become an idiosyncratic musical instrument.
Video Edit: Kerim Safa
Sound Recording: Marko Uzunovski
Video Recording: Dünya Atay & Volkan Turgut
Arnold Schoenbergzaal, KONCON
A fresh computer music improvisation duo will play a set full of sensor-driven twists and turns with a high degree of unpredictability.
Görkem Arıkan looks for an intimate relationship between the computer and body where they merge and become an embodied musical instrument. He will perform with his motion-sensing interface which gives the ability to shape recorded materials as well as live-samplings in real time.
Slavo Krekovic explores the risky side of human-computer interaction, where both machine and human share part of the responsibility for the musical process. The gestures performed on a pressure-sensitive sensor surface trigger topographic sonic explorations, morphing between various stochastic ‘behaviours’
This is an excerpt from Rear Ear #1, with my wearable interface derived from a wireless game controller @STEIM, Amsterdam, Netherlands
https://youtu.be/jDHjH7YBhwgno-input mixing @Raum Witten, Germany