This weekend, Cave of Sounds at the Digital Art & Performance Weekender

This weekend the Music Hackspace Ensemble team will join a programme of artists, performers, composers and technologists to present the Cave of Sounds installation as part of the Digital Art & Performance Weekender exhibition at Watermans Arts Centre. When: 12pm-8pm Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd of November, 12pm-5pm Sunday 3rd of November. (Cave of Sounds only). Where: Watermans, 40 High St, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 0DS ‎, 5 min from Kev Gardens tube station (District... Read More

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Thu. 24th of October, Ranjit Bhatnagar presents Singing Room for a Shy Person

Join us with sound sculptor Ranjit Bhatnagar, next Thursday 24th of October. Ranjit Bhatnagar will present his project entitled Singing Room for a Shy Person, an interactive sound installation, commissioned by Métamatic Research Initiative and being exhibited, along with nine other MRI commissions, at the Tinguely Museum in Basel. When: Thursday 24th of October 2013, 7.30pm Where: Troyganic, 132 Kingsland Road, Hoxton, London Entrance: Free Singing Room for a Shy Person... Read More

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Thursday 17th of October, Marco Donnarumma presents Xth Sense

Join us this Thursday with performer, sound artist and teacher Marco Donnarumma. Marco will present Xth Sense, a biophysical instrument that amplifies the muscle sounds of the human body and uses these as musical material and control data.”When a performer contracts any muscle, low frequency sound are produced. By capturing these sounds with a microphone embedded in the Xth Sense sensor and live sampling them with a computer you get music in real time.” When: Thursday... Read More

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Check out the Cave of Sounds documentation video

The Cave of Sounds (project documentation) from Tim Murray-Browne on Vimeo. This video documents the first two exhibits of the work at the Barbican 19-26 August 2013 and the Victoria and Albert Museum 21 September 2013. Check out caveofsounds.com for more details about the project and future exhibitions. The Cave of Sounds is an interactive sound installation exploring the power of music to bind individuals together and the visceral urge to use technology to broadcast our identity.... Read More

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Thur 3 Sep: Composer in Residency conclusion, talk by Tim Murray-Browne

The Cave of Sounds at Hack the Barbican, 2013

When: Thursday 3 September 2013, 7.30pm Where: Troyganic, 132 Kingsland Road, Hoxton, London Entrance: Free Somehow, ten months have already passed since I started here at the Music Hackspace and my time as Embedded Composer in Residence is now complete. This Thursday, I’ll be talking at Troyganic about the outcomes of my residency and my experience here. Nearly all my efforts during my time here have been focused on creating The Cave of Sounds, with seven regulars of the... Read More

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