"[…] We are the first generation to become less literate by reading, less seeing by looking, less listening by hearing, less communicating by talking, less social by using social media and less revolutionary by making art. Thomas Kuhn’s argument that science proceeds with periods of dominant normality interrupted by paradigm shifts, was important and useful. […] Computer-based art, however, knows no ‘normality’. Every moment is revolutionary, every paradigm is up for grabs. […] When revolution becomes ‘normal’, a transgression occurs. You can’t tell the difference between progress and stasis."
- research, present
makes things to make music with:
uses various electronic, acoustic and conceptual instruments.
preoccupied by numbers and how they work,
interested in humans and how we learn,
searching for ways and working with others.
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Virtual whales react to saxophonist in musical composition (Wired UK)
A composer has created computerised schools of intelligent surround-sound singing whales, designed to perform live with a saxophonist