...performing his Sensory Response Systems @ Piksel08.Self built DiY Punk Electronics and Pure Data.Sensors on both hands and head respond to physical movements which control the noisssse.http://ryanjordan.org/
´╗┐**********noise=noise**********#16alchemical noisepossession tranceDiY punk electronicsWednesday 27th January 2010The Grosvenor17 Sidney RdStockwellSW9From 7pmuntil the pub closes┬ú5/┬ú4 conc.w./EATEN BY CHILDREN and ALIASED NEURON(super-8 films & massive mixing board free-noise with hair clippers amongst other house hold objects)http://www.statesanctioned.com/…See More
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Ryan Jordan is a UK based artist working with DiY punk electronics, physical performance, Pure Data, and noise. He makes live electronic music/noise performances which incorporate human physical movements and strobe lighting as their essential foundation.
Ryan also curates several noise, experimental and computer arts events and concerts in the UK, such as hac… and noise=noise which have a highly interdisciplinary approach.
He is an active member of London based open source collective, OpenLab; and has released music on Bad Sekta, Anithematica/CovenH, and AntiGen.
Ryan has performed his work internationally in many places such as squats, pub cellars, theaters, the odd town hall, galleries, festivals, academic institutions and an occasional beach. He has performed and presented at festivals such as Piksel (08, 09), Norway; 3rd International Pure Data Convention, Brazil; Tweak, Ireland; Science Museum, London; SaN EXPO, Leeds.
He has also studied BA Sonic Arts at Middlesex University, London, and MFA Computational Studio Arts at Goldsmiths University, London.
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