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"Hello j, interesting work. Can you include the description of the system to interact with audience, interfaces etc. Pleeease... Marlon"
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Art.On.Wires Festival Oslo 2010 - day 4

May 13thAfter an AMAZING evening with 3 professors playing music for us, a handsome live act by Jacob Korn, amongst others, and a very cosy atmosphere, the next day started relatively relaxed and a bit late. For me at least.Jacob Korn gave his Abelton live/MAX MSP workshop. Here and there was still some working, talking, tinkering around going on.Within the festival there was a small scholarship given for two projects.Veronika Mayerböck, Jordi Puig & Wendy Ann Mansilla presented us their…See More
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Art.On.Wires Festival Oslo 2010 - daily report - day 1

May 10thA new laboratory-like festival has been born. In Oslo, Norway. Out of nothing Dr. Alexander Eichhorn ( http://www.dance-tech.net/profile/echa ) organized a whole festival by himself. Inviting artists (dancers/choreographers, musicians, code-poets, interior designer, visual designer), programmer, nerds as well as students from the university Oslo to lead workshops in the wide field of media art.Introduction to OpenFrameworks, Motion…See More
May 10, 2010

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Art.On.Wires Festival #2 Oslo 2011 - daily report - day 2

Posted on May 26, 2011 at 1:12pm 0 Comments

As the first day ended it beginns: very relaxed and informal. People are easy and always open to talk with. Everybody is interested in the work of the others. It does not matter if you're an artist, nerd, programmer, visitor or studend. Everybody chats with everyone. This way is the key to get connections, be…

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Art.On.Wires Festival #2 Oslo 2011 - daily report - day 1

Posted on May 25, 2011 at 3:44pm 0 Comments

Here we (*) are again. The young Art.On.Wires festival opens its doors for the second time.

Like last year, we arrived in a very warm and wellcoming atmosphere here in Oslo. Not just because the sun is shining...

Today the day starts with an introduction talk by Alexander Eichhorn, the founder of this festival.…

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Art.On.Wires Festival Oslo 2010 - day 4

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 2:30pm 2 Comments

May 13th



After an AMAZING evening with 3 professors playing music for us, a handsome live act by Jacob Korn, amongst others, and a very cosy atmosphere, the next day started relatively relaxed and a bit late. For me at least.

Jacob Korn gave his Abelton live/MAX MSP workshop.

Here…

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Art.On.Wires Festival Oslo 2010 - day 3

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

May 12th

First some pictures:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/art-on-wires/



This day we started the interactive environment workshop with introducing the software VVVV (V4). Two rows of laptops (which have to run windows for using V4) were set in front of a screen to show each single step on it. Valerie Vogt and Marko Ritter were conducting the workshop and walking around to help out with any problem the…
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