The project focuses on the development of innovative approaches to music and sound creation in the context of social distancing.  A central concern is to facilitate a meaningful dialogue between two groups: aligning the interests of Minho students with the needs and abilities of the CERCI group. Throughout the project the artists will work with the groups to construct and explore relationships between procedural action, algorithmic process, musical structure, and group-based performance.  

Drawing from a range of disciplines (e.g graphic design, architecture, sculpture, time-based and digital media etc), graphic and procedural systems will be devised in order to consider concepts such as time, space, shape, texture, and their interrelation. These systems aim to enable the CERCI group to engage in group-based music making in a new way. In alternating between modes of performance, making, analysis and discussion, both groups give critical feedback into the process - to suggest and modify strategies that are meaningful to them. From the creative process of Inter-Symmetry, a collaborative installation will be conceived to be showcased at gnration gallery.

  • 01 Mar. until 01 Jul.
online
Circuito - Braga Media Arts Educational Service
Free

Partners: CERCI Braga and Escola de Arquitetura da Universidade do MinhoUniversidade Minho

  • 01 Mar. until 01 Jul.
online
Circuito - Braga Media Arts Educational Service
Free

Partners: CERCI Braga and Escola de Arquitetura da Universidade do MinhoUniversidade Minho

Mark Fell

Mark Fell is a multidisciplinary artist based in Rotherham (UK). Recognised as being one of the most compelling and influential electronic artists in the world, his practice draws upon electronic music subcultures, experimental film, contemporary philosophy and radical politics. Over the past 30 years Fell’s output has grown into a significant body of work - from early electronic sound works and recorded pieces, to installation, critical texts, curatorial projects, educational systems and choreographic performances. www.markfell.com 

 

Rian Treanor

Rian Treanor’s work occupies the intersection of club culture, experimental art and computer music, presenting an insightful and compelling musical world of fractured and interlocking components.  Using the programming language Max/MSP he develops bespoke software to explore extended rhythmic techniques and algorithmic processes, building devices that enable spontaneous pattern modulation within various collaborations, workshops, live performances and installations. www.riantreanor.com