IN CONCERT Rainfear Meets DAXA Uptown at the Douglas Hyde Gallery in January 2017. A gig accompanied by a video screening programme and a zine. PRESENTATION Presentation at D.A.T.A. in December 2016. I described the system’s roots in various earlier electronic musical performance and editing systems and my ideas for its architecture. I also
“Most of our intelligence is not in our brain, it is externalized as our civilization. It’s not just that our bodies, senses, and environment determine how much intelligence our brains can develop — crucially, our biological brains are just a small part of our whole intelligence. Cognitive prosthetics surround us, plugging into our brain and extending its
Over the last year or two I have programmed several pieces of software dedicated to authoring different kinds of media. Each is a sort of sketch which incorporates a set of features by which the media in question can be generated or manipulated. These programmes (or apps) often embody segments of bespoke workflows, the virtual
“This difference – between technology as a means of construction and as a means of expression – is important when considering the relationship between musicians, technical systems and music. It means we can redefine technology, not as a tool subservient to creativity or an obstacle to it, but as part of a wider context within
Accordion . Activity Timeline . Alert . App Launcher . Avatar
Badges . Breadcrumbs . Button Groups . Button Icons
Theodore Sturgeon’s More Than Human and illustrations from the writings of Stafford Beer.
A cluster of children in matching outfits cycle joyously by the side of a lake in the Austrian Alps. Cut. A woman sits facing them in a horse-drawn carriage, gesturing, conducting, pointing at them with a whip. Cut. An aerial shot of a formal garden. They all dance in formation, singing… ‘DO(e) a deer a
Dynamic UI elements as a choreography for information. via ux in motion
Detroit DJ and producer Jeff Mills makes a track live on the Roland TR-909 drum-machine.