[data] Data Event 41.0 - Thursday 29th of April @6.30pm

This will certainly be worth checking out. Unfortunately it clashes with my upcoming audio-visual performance—at Project Brand New—in the Project Arts Centre, at 8pm on Thursday 29 April.


DATA EVENT 41.0 - DON'T MISS OUT, Special Guest from the US Kim

When: Thursday, 29th of April, 6.30pm
Location: The Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin on Pearse Street
in The Naughton Institute.
Presenters: Karl Klomp [NL], Paul Hegarty [IE], Kim Cascone [US]

Karl Klomp is a media artist and video technician at Toneelgroep
Amsterdam. His main work focusses on creating live video manipulation
tools and glitch art. Since 2005 he’s building numerous video hardware
tools for his performance and for other artists. Together Toktek (Tom
Verbruggen) they play there live cinema set where circuit bend video
mixers and audio tools are co author of there minimal and raw unbridle
performance. He often teams up with Gijs Gieskes to teach circuit
bending to other artists and musicians.

Paul Hegarty teaches philosophy and visual culture in the French
department, University College Cork. He is the author of numeorus
articlers on noise music, and the book Noise/Music (Continuum, 2007).
He is currently working on Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock since
1960 (due out late 2010). He plays in the groups Safe and La Société
des Amis du Crime, runs the record label dotdotdotmusic, and helps
organise Black Sun weirdo/avant music nights with Vicky Langan.

Kim Cascone founded Silent Records in 1985, released more than forty
albums of electronic music, has performed with Merzbow, Keith Rowe,
Scanner, John Tilbury, Tony Conrad, Pauline Oliveros among others.
Worked on David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘Wild at Heart’ as Assistant
Music Editor. Cascone is the founder of the .microsound list and has
written numerous essays on post-digital music for academic journals
and new media magazines.