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Two day workshop led by artist Victor Mazon.

Date: 9 / 10 April, 11am to 7pm.
Location: Cafe OTO Project Space
Cost: £95 (Keep your device! All electronic materials and documentation included)


Participants in the SIGNUM workshop will build and take home their own device, which is designed to record and listen to sounds hidden in the electromagnetic spectrum: those invisible frequencies, electromagnetic fields and signals that constantly surround us but that we are usually unable to hear.

The workshop will be lead by Victor Mazon Gardoqui, who’s the author of the workshop’s concept, electronics design and documentation.

The device includes a transducer, opticals, coils, germanium diodes and a small loop antenna, which coheres sonically and allows users to listen to surrounding signals that would fall out of the human hearing range. The workshop will also introduce participants to using the electromagnetic spectrum within artistic practices.


No previous experience in electronics is necessary, but interest and patience mandatory.

More info and bookings here!

Additionally you can register to the free follow up artist talk taking place at Music Hackspace (in LimeWharf) on April 11.

The Music Hackspace' programme is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.



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