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RAJO: Radio Jorongo

Sorpresas culturales para abrigar el destape informativo.
Conduce: Fernando Llanos

“Porque no hace falta hablar de arte para hablar de arte”

Escucha a Fernando Llanos,
todos los lunes a las 21:00 horas en Código DF:

* Se habla español / just in spanish.

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Entrevistas y canciones seleccionadas por personajes como:
Arcangel Constantini, Sarah Minter, un pirata de Tepito, Hector Falcón, Rogelio Sosa, Pacho Paredes, Dick el Demasiado, Juan José Gurrola, Vicente Fox, Felipe Ehrenberg, Jordi Soler, el sobrino de Rigo Tovar, Andrea di Castro, Issac Broid, Regine Debatty, Lucas Bambozzi, Gustavo Romano, Graciela Taquini, Laura Baigorri, Carlos Capelan, Oscar Sarkis, Uriel Waizel, Maris Bustamante, José Wolffer, Cuauhtemoc Medina, Sol Henaro, Manuel Rocha…y más!!!

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Para escuchar en vivo:


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* RAJO, Radio Jorongo es parte de la espectacular programación de Código Radio, una iniciativa de la Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno del Distrito Federal. México 2008/2009.
Muchas gracias a Verónica Ortíz Lawrenz, Gabriela Lemus, Alejandra Gilling, Dulce Oliva, Carlos Díaz, Edna de Lucio, J. A. González y a todos los entrevistados.

Lampo: Magic Matrix Mixer Mountain


Mark Beasley, jonCates, Jake Elliott, Alex Inglizian, Tamas Kemenczy, Nicholas O’Brien and Jon Satrom will collaboratively build a MAGIC MATRIX MIXER MOUNTAIN in Lampo on JUNE 6 2009. Cobbled together from broken computers, functional microphones, surveillance cameras, local feedback loops and international communication networks, this MAGIC MATRIX MIXER MOUNTAIN rises up from foothills and climbs skywards. Audio, video and datastreams flow up and down from the mountain. Each foothill is a self-contained system (artist) that sends tributary audio, video and data via a matrix of mixer connections. All these streams are sources mixed in realtime into a multi-channel audio and video landscape.

During the performance and installation at Lampo, five of the artists will build the MAGIC MATRIX MIXER MOUNTAIN on-site while two are connected remotely via the Internet. All of the artists (foothills) will feedback and feedforward to expose the graceful musicality of faulty technologies. Decoding and rebugging digital media, the MAGIC MATRIX MIXER MOUNTAIN will exist for one night only but will be accompanied by an operator’s instruction manual, to be written, arranged and printed live in realtime along with the performance of the audio, video and datastreams.

Installed and performed live in Lampo, the MAGIC MATRIX MIXER MOUNTAIN began through a collaborative process of free association and deep-linked metaphors online. A nonverbal montage of images, animations and videos posted to a group blog documents this process:


Collectively, our collaborative projects have or will be show or presented internationally in Mexico City, Mexico; Madrid, Spain; Montreal, Canada; Linz, Austria; Prague, Czech Republic; Paris, France; Beijing, China; nationally in cities such as Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago; and online on New Media Art platforms such as,, Turbulence and Networked_Performance. We have organized spaces, events and platforms such as dai5ychain, dorkbot Chicago, r4WB1t5, BUSKER, HARDCoded, Chicago Hackmeetings, [FRAY], The Upgrade! Chicago and Version Festivals (02, 03 and 04). We are on faculty, teaching or have taught at The School of the Art Institute, Columbia College, Marwen and Street Level Youth Media.

Mark Beasley is an artist/educator making software, video, performance and web art.

Jon Cates makes, organizes and teaches experimental New Media Art, including Art Games, Machinima, Computer Witchcraft, digitalPunk and Noise musics.

Jake Elliott is a cyberpsychedelic artware engineer. This is not a metaphor.

Alex Inglizian is a sound designer, experimental musician, computer programmer, electronic technician, and educator. Inspired by broken radios, children’s toys, and vintage synthesizers.

Tamas Kemenczy branches and merges interactive fiction, the demoscene and programmable spells.

Nicholas O’Brien is a media maker and educator interested in the relationship between identity and virtual constructs such as memory, architecture and cyberspace.

Jon Satrom performs real-time audio/video, databends multimedia computer files, and creates colorful glitch-ware. He spends his days fixing things and teaching. He spends his evenings breaking things and learning.

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Futuresonic 2009 Art Programme

Urban Festival of Art, Music and Ideas
13-16 May Manchester UK

Futuresonic’s 2009 art programme is more ambitious and relevant than ever. Themes include society, technology and the city plus this year Environment 2.0. The exhibition takes place across Manchester and beyond, with the focal point an exhibition at the CUBE gallery.

Kim Abeles (US)
Prayas Abhinav (IN)
Ackroyd & Harvey (UK)
Carlo Buontempo (IT)
Lluis Sabadell Artiga (ES)
Rob Bailey (UK)
Amy Balkin (US)
Mike Bennett (IE)
Jonathan Cohrs (US)
Jonah Brucker-Cohen (US)
Alfie Dennon (UK)
Yara El-Sherbini (UK)
Cleo Evans (UK)
Usman Haque (US)
Drew Hemment (UK)
HeHe (UK/FR)
Aaron Koblin (US)
Megan MacMurray (US)
James Marriott (UK)
Eva Meyer-Keller (DE)
Fujiko Nakaya (JP)
Christian Nold (UK)
Angela Pablo (US)
The Owl Project (UK)
Andrea Polli (US)
Janine Randerson (NZ)
Scenocosme (FR)
Will Schrimshaw (UK)
Royal College of Art & Yamaha
Yuri Suzuki (JP)
Elin Wikstrom (SE)

CUBE exhibition 13-23 May, opening 5pm on 13 May
All Art exhibitions and events are free


Curator’s Statement


The 2009 exhibition has grown out of three years of background work which commenced in 2006. It adds an engagement in the environment to the festival’s now perennial themes of society, technology and the city.

Artists here avoid cliches and address environmental sustainability in ways both forceful and irreverent. Eva Meyer-Keller re-enacts catastrophic weather scenarios using household objects in Handmade, and Kim Abeles’ exhibits commemorative plates with images of U.S. presidents, created by exposing the plates to an amount of smog proportional to their environmental records.

Futuresonic has developed a social engagement within its art programme, and in Beuys’ Acorns by Ackroyd and Harvey this resonates within a wider art historical tradition. Installing 250 oak saplings grown from artist Joseph Beuys’ acorns, they revisit his notion of social sculpture, where the artist is asking dangerous questions, seeking to change the social order.

The exhibition includes artworks which are purely aesthetic, such as Janine Randerson’s compelling film Rorschach Clouds, artworks which are conceived directly as social interventions, such as the urban gardening projects of Prayas Abhinav in Petpuja, as well as pieces which arise out of a sustained engagement and dialogue between artists and scientists such as the work of Andrea Polli.

A focus on participatory artworks continues, with a public recital of the most recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) coordinated by Amy Balkin, an art device for prospecting for oil in the city centre by Jon Cohrs, and a number of large scale, participatory mass observation projects on climate and biodiversity by Futuresonic with the Met Office and Natural History Museum.

Elin Wikstršm introduces us to wheelchair tag rugby in a conceptual art event and exhibition in which the drama and brutality of the game offers a metaphor for the invasion of non-native species of plants and animals in the year of Darwin’s bicentenary, and also a celebration of the sporting prowess of the disabled wheelchair rugby players prior to London 2012.

Several artworks make visible and tangible the outcomes of our actions at a local level, including aesthetic and conceptual design objects by Usman Haque and Megan MacMurray & Angela Pablo, and documentation of HeHe’s award winning Nuage Vert projecting energy usage onto a powerstation vapour cloud.

Across the Art Programme artists explore other themes, including a number of sound art projects, centred on an important exhibition by Yamaha and Royal College of Art. Futuresonic 2009’s focal point is, however, very much this year in seeking to open an original engagement in the environment, with projects which aim to provoke and inspire.

Drew Hemment
Artistic Director


The Festival


Futuresonic Urban Festival of Art, Music and Ideas features world premiers of astonishing artworks, an explosive city-wide music programme, and visionary thinkers from around the world. Now in its 14th year, Futuresonic is the UK’s leading festival for digital culture, and this year was nominated for the prestigious Lever Arts Prize. An urban festival experience, it is anticipated that over 50,000 festival visitors will engage with 300 artists and 100 events across 30 venues.

13-16 May, Manchester UK

Futuresonic is presented by FutureEverything CIC. It is a Regularly Funded Organisation (RFO) of Arts Council England North West, a pillar event of Manchester City Council and is supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. FutureEverything was shortlisted for the highly acclaimed 2009 Lever Prize.

Futuresonic is presented in partnership with ImaginationLancaster, a major new research lab at Lancaster University.

In 2010 Futuresonic will return as FutureEverything





Futuresonic offers a range of opportunities to get involved through volunteering. In the lead up and during the festival this may include tasks in marketing, production, artist liason and front of house.

Get in touch if you’d like to be involved in making the festival a great success. Contact:

STRP Festival presents RE: le Poème Electronique: a symposium about a contemporary muse

STRP Festival presents RE: le Poème Electronique: a symposium about a contemporary muse

The STRP Festival is a multidisciplinary all-out experience of art, music and technology taking place 2 – 13 April in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). During every edition of STRP, special attention is paid to a theme that focuses on Eindhoven and the relationship between creativity and technology under the “RE:” banner. This year, RE: is dedicated to the 1958 work of art Le Poème Électronique.

In 1956 Philips commissioned the renowned architect Le Corbusier to build a pavilion for the World’s Fair in Brussels. Le Corbusier wished to avoid designing yet another industrial exhibit and told Philips that he would create an “electronic poem” about the technological development of mankind. Together with composer Edgar Varèse, architect Iannis Xenakis and cinematographer Philippe Agostini, Le Corbusier developed a spectacular work of art in which light, sound, film and architecture merge to form a revolutionary multimedia spectacle. STRP will host a symposium on this remarkable cultural legacy, which was created in Eindhoven’s NatLab.

Five hundred visitors gather inside the futuristic pavilion at the World’s Fair. The excitement is palpable. While an introductory text is projected on the wall, oscillating sounds issue from the left and right from hidden speakers. A nude female mannequin at the top of the ceiling lights up as ultraviolet lights flashed across the diagonal side walls. The audience is startled by the weird electronic sounds cascading over them from somewhere far off in the distance in the pavilion. A series of abstract light patterns and graphic images and photographs of monkeys, birds, skeletons, explosions and babies alternate as the soundscape seems to continue moving along the walls of the tent-like structure. After eight minutes, the lights go out and everything is quiet. The dazzled spectators stumble out through the exit doors, making way for the next group of curious World’s Fair visitors.

Le Poème Électronique tells the story of mankind and the quest for harmony in an ever-increasingly technological society. In the mid-1950s, technology is a source of hope, inspiration and optimism. At home, families gather around the radio or the black and white TV set. In the streets, the first affordable cars cruise around. In space, the Russians launch Sputnik, the first satellite. At Philips’ Natuurkundig Laboratorium (Natlab) in Eindhoven, in addition to developing new electronic appliances, which include an honest to goodness colour TV, the future of music is taking shape, too. Using huge tape recorders, reels, mixing boards and homemade electronic instruments, pioneers such as Dick Raaijmakers, Tom Dissevelt and Henk Badings create new electronic music. This technical playground in Strip-S is where the composer Varèse spent several months working with the Natlab technicians on Le Poème Électronique presented in the mathematically constructed pavilion at the World’s Fair.

Today, Le Poème Électronique is more popular than ever. Books and documentaries are being made, reenactments are being discussed, and the experience is being reproduced with new, virtual technologies. The questions arise what le Poème Électronique means today. What story does the Gesammtkunstwerk tell us? What are the underlying ideals about mankind and technology? How is Le Poème Électronique being used today as source of inspiration? What kind of story should a contemporary Le Poème Électronique tell us about mankind and it’s increasing technological environment? These questions (and more) are being discussed during a diverse programme on Thursday April 9th.

The symposium RE: Le Poème Électronique takes place in the Klokgebouw at Strijp-S, not even a mile away from the spot where Le Poème Électronique originated. In addition to lectures, discussions, and performances, the documentary ‘Kamer 306’ is shown. Kamer 306 is a documentary about the experimental musical practices in the NatLab during 1956 – 1960. The symposium is part of the regular STRP Expo+, and is meant for students, researchers, artists, technologists, and everyone else interested in this unique work of art.

From 2 – 13 April Eindhoven (the Netherlands) will once again embrace electronic music, interactive installations, film, art performances, live cinema and robotics. The STRP Festival is an all-out experience of music, art and technology. On Thursday, 9 April, STRP is hosting a symposium with lectures, discussions, presentations and works of art about Le Poème Électronique and its significance today. For more information about STRP Festival, Le Poème Électronique and the programme, please visit: (

Link to Le Poème Électronique @ Youtube:

10th Edition of the ELEKTRA Festival

Arnaud Rebotini // Black Strobe // Ryoji Ikeda // ANTIVJ+Principles of Geometry // Kurt Hentschläger

Ryoichi Kurokawa // Defasten // Otolab

In Montreal, for the 10th Edition of the ELEKTRA Festival

May 1-10

Tickets now on sale!

Montreal, Wednesday, March 11, 2009 — From May 1st to 10, 2009, the 10th Edition of the Elektra international digital arts festival will be held in Montreal. Tickets for this anniversary edition are available on the Admission network ( and at the Usine C ticket office (514-521-4493). The Festival’s team is proud to provide a taste of things to come for this 2009 Edition — which promises to delight both adepts of the digital culture as well as anyone on the lookout for new experiences.

10 years — a milestone worth celebrating. Right? There’s no doubt that’s exactly what the ELEKTRA think tank had in mind when they invited Frenchman Arnaud Rebotini to present the live Canadian premiere of his brand new album, Music Components. Indeed, the Black Strobe producer and singer will be back in Montreal for a live performance he’ll captain with his analog machines. But what can the audience expect? More organic techno that happily leverages dancing pop/rock accents. Set aside your inhibitions, and let Rebotini drive. And on that same special 10th anniversary night, Black Strobe will join in at Elektra to enthral rock lovers and hard core electronic music fans alike.

Saturday, May 9, Usine C – Canadian premiere

Japan’s own Ryoji Ikeda is one of the world’s greatest electronic music artists and composers. Actively present on the Japanese and international scenes since 1995, Ikeda sets the stage with A/V performances that have earned him recognition well beyond the musical realm. And he’ll be in Montreal, ready to thrill eye and ear!

Friday, May 8, Usine C

The ANTIVJ label, alongside Principles of Geometry — a square fave of the popular Tigersushi label — will thread Canadian soil for the first time to introduce Stereoscopic show. Equipped with 3D glasses, the audience will attend a singular performance where live musicians and seasoned VJs will unite to breathe an entirely new dimension into A/V performance.

Saturday, May 9, Usine C – Canadian premiere

Kurt Hentschläger is coming to Montreal for the ultimate presentation of Feed . . . For the sheer joy of those who already know him. But above it all for those who can’t even yet fathom what they’ve missed out on.

Wednesday, May 6, Thursday, May 7, and Friday, May 8, Usine C – Last Montreal show

Ryoichi Kurokawa is the archetype of the A/V artist who knows just how to push the envelope of new technologies to enhance his work. His latest performance coaxes the audience into a journey where minimalism and complexity cohabit flawlessly with A/V sculptures at times exciting and exuberant, at others mind-blowing. Indefinable and an absolute must.

Thursday, May 7, Usine C

Lauded during the 8th Edition of Elektra, Montrealer Defasten will be back for the Canadian premiere of his first feature film, Openland. Focusing on digital animation, Defasten draws parallels inside a bubble of information, space and urban landscapes. In this cinematographic hybrid, Montreal artist Patrick Doan weaves interviews, meta-story, documentary sequences and metaphorical digital landscapes to drive an aesthetic exploration of micro-states.

Thursday, May 7, Usine C – Canadian premiere

Finally, we’d be remiss not to mention the first ever Canadian foray of Italian collective Otolab, with an A/V performance characterized by aesthetic flair, largely inspired from the graphical and architectural universe. Through op7, Otolab develops multiple perspective and trompe-l’œil shifts to prompt the audience to derive new sound and image perceptions. A not-to-be-missed performance for a glimpse of the new digital arts scene emerging in Europe.

Friday, May 8, Usine C

And while you’re waiting to celebrate this 10th anniversary with us, check out the latest news at:

Conciertos en el LIMb0


El Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (MAMBA), en colaboración con la Alianza Francesa de Buenos Aires, presentan la edición 2009 de este ciclo internacional que convoca mensualmente a destacados artistas sonoros, audiovisuales y músicos experimentales. Este año, además de los conciertos, se desarrolarán conferencias, talleres y la presentación del sello Sudamérica Electrónica, dedicado a la publicación de arte sonoro, música experimental y piezas audiovisuales de artistas iberoamericanos.




Tatsuya Nakatani [Japón]
Tatsuya ha creado una instrumentación propia, utilizando un set de batería, platillos, gongs tocados con arcos, vasijas, objetos de metal y campanas para crear una música intensa y orgánica. Una música que va mas allá de estilos y géneros: música experimental, improvisada, noise, free jazz, rock, etc., siempre manteniendo el sentido del espacio y de belleza que se puede encontrar en la música tradicional japonesa. Paralelamente a su carrera artística Tatsuya regentea el sello independiente H y es diseñador sonoro para cine y TV. Ha presentado su música en USA, Canadá, Europa y Asia junto a músicos como Peter Kowald, Otomo Yoshihide, Peter Brotzmann, Roy Campbell, Assif Tsahar, Michel Doneda, Rhodri Davis y Taku Unami entre otros. Visite su site aquí

+ Ligia Liberatori [Argentina]
Experimenta con las posibilidades que tiene la voz como instrumento. Además de las técnicas extendidas convencionales desarrolló sus propias técnicas como flaggiolettos y acordes vocales. Investiga la relación entre música y movimiento, lo que le ha llevado a desarrollar distintas posibilidades escénicas, como cantar en un trapecio o haciendo acrobacia en el suelo. Estudió en Argentina canto, dirección coral y educación musical en el Conservatorio Municipal de Música Manuel de Falla y luego en la Escuela Superior de Música de Colonia, Alemania (Hochschule für Musik Köln), especializándose en Música Contemporánea. Actuó en salas de Argentina, Alemania, Bélgica, Brasil, Países Bajos, Francia, Italia, Luxemburgo, Malta y Suecia.
Visite su site aquí .

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Viernes 17 de abril | 20 hs
Conferencia de Norberto Cambiasso [Argentina]
Laboratorio de Sonido (Luis Marte+Pablo Reche) [Argentina]

Presentación del sello Sudamérica Electrónica [extreme noise ˆ extreme nature]
Viernes 15 de mayo, de 10 a 14 hs
Taller de Jorge Castro [Argentina]: Hecho en casa: taller orientado a la creación y programación de plataformas personalizadas para la manipulación de imagen y sonido.

Viernes 15 de mayo, 20 hs
Santiago Peresón (aka Yaco) [Argentina]
Jorge Castro (aka Fisternni) [Argentina]


[suda0001] Sudamérica Electrónica 1 | CD | Compilación latinoamericana | 2007
[suda0002] Sudamérica Electrónica 2 | CD + DVD | Compilación iberoamericana | 2008
[suda0003] Jorge Haro, Works based on field recordings | CD | 2008
[suda0004] Yaco, Películas y una canción | CD | 2008 _

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Pablo Palacio: Transformación Sonora (Continuidad y cambio de forma)
Pablo Padilla: El diseño del espacio sonoro. Paisaje natural y artificial

Sábado, 17 enero / 19:00h

Edición dirigida por el DJ y performer David Gómez. Coordina: Daniel González Xavier.
El Encuentro AVLAB: Unas Voces Ocultas presenta un programa en que las propuestas de música experimental están relacionadas con los mecanismos de adaptación al entorno. Con las actuaciones musicales y presentación teórica de Pablo Palacio (jazz electroacústico) y Pablo Padilla (paisajes sonoros, texturas y manipulación sonora).
Más información:

Call: Soundart for SoundLAB VI

SoundLAB – sonic art project environments

1. Call for soundart for SoundLAB VI
new extended deadline: 31 December 2008

2. SoundLAB V on
Canariasmediafest 2008 and Sound: Space 2008
Call for entries:
SoundLAB VI – “soundPOOL”
– sound compositions – a challenge for imagination –

SoundLAB is looking for its 6th edition to be launched in March 2009,
sound compositions which represent a real challenge for human imagination

All details, the complete call, the regulations and entry form can be found here
SoundLAB V –
“soundSTORY – sound as a tool for storytelling” – launched in 2007
50 soundSTORIES and additional
soundart contributions from Spain curated by Ruben Garcia
and South Africa curated by Julian Jonker
will be presented on
Canariasmediafest 2008 – in the section “mediaart”
28 October -1 November 2008

SoundLAB V – will further be presented during the symposion
Sound: Space 2008 on 1 November 2008
at MediaLAB South Hill Park Bracknell/UK

SoundLAB – sonic art project environments
corporate part of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne
directed by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

Visit also SoundLAB I -V on –

CONSONANCIAS Sesiones de obras audiovisuales ejecutadas en vivo

CCEBA: Viernes 10, 17 y 24 de octubre / 19.00 hs.


Consonancias es un ciclo de obras audiovisuales en vivo, que surge de una propuesta de creación conjunta entre artistas sonoros y realizadores audiovisuales. Es también el puntapié de un proyecto desarrollado desde la Universidad de Tres de Febrero, Continente -su centro de investigación y difusión de artes audiovisuales-, el Centro de Producción Audiovisual de dicha universidad y varias instituciones culturales como, en este caso, el CCEBA.

Consonancias se presenta en un momento en que es importante preguntarse sobre los alcances de una nueva ola de desarrollos tecnológicos, vinculada al tratamiento en tiempo real de la imagen en movimiento, donde la aparición en el mercado de procesadores de gran velocidad, han propiciado la emergencia abrupta de un terreno de la producción estética que parecía olvidado en el campo del arte: la creación audiovisual en vivo. Si bien, desde antes de la invención del cine, en los últimos años del siglo XIX y sobre todo con la aparición de la imagen electrónica, a mediados del siglo XX podemos encontrar obras que proponían un trabajo conjunto y en vivo de sonido e imagen, es indiscutible que en los últimos años esta tendencia se ha incrementado con peculiar ímpetu. A partir de la década del 90, las pantallas de imagen en movimiento, tanto proyecciones como plasmas de gran tamaño, plagan locales bailables y festivales multitudinarios, fundamentalmente aquellos dedicados a la música electrónica, que, al menos en su origen, apuntaban a un público perteneciente a un estrato social que lo señalaba como interesante consumidor.

Estos nuevos espacios para el video se despliegan como una posibilidad de potenciar la publicidad en juego, verdadera fuente de beneficio en este tipo de eventos (superando el de la venta de entradas y las consumiciones en la barra). Este es el contexto en el que aparece la figura del Vj, juego de palabras que lo relaciona con el Dj, la nueva estrella de la noche. El Vj (video jockey) sería el responsable del „contenido artístico‰ de esas pantallas, al mezclar en vivo imágenes de video que acompañarían las propuestas musicales. A pesar de lo deseado y profetizado por los mismos Vjs, los años pasan y las imágenes en movimiento en los clubs siguen cumpliendo una función lateral, similar a los juegos de iluminación o al humo, al asumir la tarea de generar un contexto propicio para el disfrute de aquello que es el eje de la fiesta: la música. Pero, sin poner en cuestión el espacio y el valor de su activ idad, lo cierto es que la gran popularidad y expansión del oficio de Vj, impulsó el desarrollo de muchas herramientas digitales para la manipulación en vivo de imágenes en video. Estas herramientas generan una apertura para extenderse más allá de las pistas, ya que todo el pesado y costoso equipamiento que antes era necesario para editar y procesar imágenes en vivo, hoy se encuentra resumido a diferentes programas que corren en cualquier computador doméstico. Esto ofrece la posibilidad de que artistas de video y cine puedan acercarse a la experiencia de tocar imágenes, así como un músico ejecuta una pieza, en un terreno donde la relación audio -visual se puede dar de igual a igual y para una audiencia atenta.

En estas presentaciones de Consonancias, que se desarrollan a lo largo de octubre en el CCEBA, se propuso a dos artistas sonoros, Pablo Reche y Luis Marte, trabajar conjuntamente con dos realizadores audiovisuales, Leonello Zambon y Javier Olivera. A ellos se suma TeKhnë, un colectivo audiovisual que desde 2004 desarrolla proyectos de ejecución en vivo, donde se genera un vínculo estrecho entre sonido e imagen.


Viernes 10 de octubre de 2008 / 19 hs.
Pablo Reche / Leonello Zambon
Dos versiones.

Viernes 17 de octubre de 2008 / 19 hs.
CANCIÓN (20‚).
NoTEVE (20‚).

Viernes 24 de octubre de 2008 / 19 hs.
Luis Marte y Javier Olivera
(SOLO) RUIDO (20‚).
PLASMA (20‚).

Este ciclo se realiza en colaboración con la Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, el Centro de Producción Audiovisual y Continente Video.

Ciclo coordinado por Andrés Denegri

Florida 943 (C1005AAS) Buenos Aires | Tel 4312.3214 / Fax 4313.2432 | | email:

Próximas actividades / Upcoming Activities · 07/10-12/10

AVLAB 1.0 – experimentación audio/vídeo
1 – 26 octubre
Del 1 al 26 de octubre puede visitarse la muestra compuesta por los nueve proyectos desarrollados colaborativamente durante las dos semanas que ha durado el taller AVLAB 1.0, dedicado a apoyar iniciativas relacionadas con el sonido y con el extenso campo creativo que forma su intersección con la imagen en movimiento. Entrada gratuita. [+info]
De martes a viernes de 10h a 20h. Sábados: 11h a 20h. Domingos: 11h a 15h.

En colaboración con el Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea, Experimentaclub08 y LIMb0.

<16º Encuentro AVLAB> Experimentación sonora y visual
· Wilson Sukorski (Brasil)
· Félix Lazo (Chile)
· 1605munro (Argentina)
Jueves, 9 de octubre / 19:00h

Actuación/performance en vivo precedida de introducción teórica. Coordinador: Daniel González Xavier.
Vuelven los Encuentros AVLAB con una programación dedicada a Latinoamérica, en colaboración con Limb0 y Experimentaclub08. Con las actuaciones de Wilson Sukorski (Procesos creativos y música de invención), Félix Lazo (Seis estudios para una obra vacía) y 1605munro – Andrés Jankowski (Electronic avant laptop: De la utilización musical individual a la instrumentación orquestal colectiva). [+info]


CCTV Mapping Party
Sábado, 11 de octubre / 11:00h – 14:00h

Un encuentro que parte de la Plaza de las Letras de Madrid (Alameda, 15) para recorrer la ciudad y descubrir, fotografiar y documentar sistemas de seguridad de video-vigilancia a través de la aplicación CameraMap, desarrollada por la plataforma addSensor en el 2º Encuentro Inclusiva-net: Redes digitales y espacio físico en Madialab-Prado (Marzo 2008). [Ver vídeo]

El sábado 11 de octubre a las 11:00h tendrá lugar la primera CCTV Mapping Party con motivo del día Europeo Libertad sin miedo – ¡Detengan la vigilanciamanía! Se introducirán cámaras desde varias ciudades de España y desde Ámsterdam, La Haya, Nueva York y Lisboa… ¡Tráete tu cámara de fotos y descubre el otro Madrid vigilado! [+info]


Arquitecturas de la cultura del mañana-mañana
Hasta el 21 de octubre

Convocatoria para formar parte de un grupo de trabajo que se reunirá mensualmente para debatir acerca de las interacciones entre los centros culturales, la arquitectura, la ciudad y sus habitantes, tomando como punto de partida el proceso de rehabilitación del edificio de la antigua Serrería Belga de Madrid para su conversión en un centro dedicado a usos culturales dependiente del Área de las Artes del Ayuntamiento de Madrid. Inscripción hasta el 21 de octubre.
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Todos los días / 21:00h – 02:00h

Plazanimada superpone la red y la calle, ofreciendo una plataforma abierta para la expresión pública en la ciudad a través de

Los dibujos enviados por los usuarios remotos son proyectados y recibidos de manera pública y compartida por los usuarios presentes en el espacio físico de la Plaza de Las Letras. [+info]


Todos los viernes / 19:00h

Los Viernes OpenLab constituyen un espacio de trabajo, encuentro y experimentación abierto a todos aquellos interesados en desarrollar o colaborar en propuestas, prototipos o experimentos con objetos electrónicos, interactivos, sonoros,sistemas de visión artificial, etc. Es gratuito y no es necesario inscribirse. Confirmar fechas en [+info]


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Descarga aquí la programación hasta diciembre 2008


AVLAB 1.0 – A/V experimentation
October 1 -26
Nine collaboratively developed projects will be showcased from October 1 through 26,
2008 at Medialab-Prado, as a result of the intensive two-week international workshop, AVLAB 1.0. These installations use audio and its intersection with video to artistically approach and reflect on the relations between our senses and our daily context. Free admission. [+info]
Tue to Fri: 10am to 8pm. Sat: 11am to 20pm. Sun: 11am to 3pm.
In collaboration with the Centro para la Difusión de la Música Contemporánea, Experimentaclub08 and LIMb0.

<16 AVLAB Meeting> A/V Experimentation
· Wilson Sukorski (Brazil)
· Félix Lazo (Chile)
· 1605munro (Argentina)
Thursday, October 9 / 7pm

Live performance preceded by a theoretical presentation. Coordinated by Daniel González Xavier.
AVLAB Meetings are back again, featuring three Latin American artists in collaboration with Limb0 and Experimentaclub08. With Wilson Sukorski (Creative Processes and Invention Music), Félix Lazo (Six Studies for an Empty Work) y 1605munro – Andrés Jankowski (Electronic Avant Laptop: From Individual Musical Use to Collective Orchestral Instrumentation). [+info]


CCTV Mapping Party
Saturday, October 11 de octubre / 11am – 2pm

A meeting starting at the Plaza de las Letras in Madrid (Alameda, 15) to scour the city in search of surveillance cameras and security systems, to photograph and to document them. The application CameraMap will be used. CameraMap was developed by addSensor during the 2nd Inclusiva-net Meeting: Digital Networks and Physical Space at Madialab-Prado (March 2008). [Watch video]

On Saturday October 11, at 11am the first CCTV Mapping Party will take place, celebrating the International Action Day “Freedom not fear – Stop the surveillance mania!” Cameras from other cities of Spain and Amsterdam, The Hague, New York and Lisbon will be on live streaming. Bring your photo camera and discover the other surveilled Madrid! [+info]


Architectures of the Culture of Tomorrow-Tomorrow
Deadline: October 21

Call to take part in a working group that will gather every month to discuss topics such as the nature of interaction between the cultural centers, architecture, the city and its inhabitants. The starting point is the restoration of the old Serrería Belga (Belgian Sawmill) building in Madrid, which will be turned into a center dedicated to the cultural activities of the Department of Arts of the Madrid City Council. Submission deadline: October 21
Online submission form:

Interactive Installation at the Plaza de las Letras
Every night / 9pm – 2am

Plazanimada overlaps the net and the street, acting like a open space for public expression in the city through

Drawings sent by users are projected in a public way and share by the users in the actual space of the Plaza de las Letras. [+info]


Every Friday* / 7pm

Fridays OpenLab are a work and meeting space for experimentation open to everyone interested in developing or collaborating in projects, prototypes, and experiments with electronics, interactivity, sound devices, computer vision, etc. Free admission, no signing up required. *Double check dates at [+info]


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