ART & MUSIC
BEN EYES ON ARDUINO:
Arduino is a chip you can build electronic devices from, such as robots, or midi controllers. Some of the exhibited installations at Scope Plus are based on this technology.
This workshop is for everyone who is interested in building their own software controllers and learn about the basics on how to use Arduino in a musical context.
ON LIVE CODING:
With Algorave on the rise, Joanne of Algobabez became somewhat of a go-to person when it comes to livecoding.Her liveset incorporates hardware synthesizers controlled through code.
If you’re curious on how coding can enable you to create music, grab a laptop and join this workshop.
DAVE JORDAN ON PURE DATA:
It is important to understand electronic music is not defined by the source of sound.
In this workshop you will learn how you can use contact mics and Pure Data, a visual coding language similar to Max Msp, to spicen up your next drum circle.
In order to explore how electronic music can be an artform we wanted to transform the venue into an art-gallery throughout the daytime.
Artists like Peter Breitenbach, known for his installation “Surveillance Music”, Helge Ebinger and his installation “sound installation 1” are strong examples on how technology and sound can be used to express critical thoughts.