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Pint Of Science, Cambridge, 2016| Dr Belin – Deciphering Addiction Artwork

tEdör – Compulsive Music Waves 01. This music video is my personal reflection to Dr David Belin’s work on addictions: I am addicted to a certain type of tea and monotone music. I composed the music with an algorithmic sequencer that I develop for Brain Computer Music Interfacing and made the video about my morning tea ceremony with a mobile phone held with a goose-neck phone holder twisted around my neck. The sequencer software is built to be used with neuro-feeback training protocols to manipulate musical soundscapes in a audio game environment where the listener’s real time EEG changes the sound. The tea is from Tedor Tea, of course :-) credits: Jonathan Noel (poem) | Chen Xi (drawing) More info on Pint of Science, Cambridge...

Recitativo – 19th March @ 395, London

SATURDAY 19 MARCH  /  Doors Open  6.30pm  /  Performance  7.00pm Recitativo – Fragments (after Lucretius and Negri) explores both the relationship between the speaking voice (as a kind of narration) and the possibility of creating an open work that integrates sounds and images. As a continuous work-in-progress, this project is reformulated (both in form and content) in its different iterations, and also coordinated as a structure that can incorporate other autonomous pieces. Central to this project is the creation of a text that brings together a patchwork of fragments, whilst also exploring space, location and specific ‘things’. It interweaves fragments from Lucretius’ poem ‘On the Nature of Things’ and Antonio Negri’s political reworking of these ideas in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The work...