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hello: Cybersonica 06: Augmented Audio
Posted on Sunday, May 14 @ 01:26:50 CEST by julian

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I've just returned from the excellent Cybersonica festival in London, a brilliantly curated show of artworks exploring new interactive audio interfaces. Both Chris O'Shea and Lewis Sykes are the brains behind the festival which spans a conference, exhibition at Phonica Records (in Soho) and a few sister shows including the b.TWEEN festival in Bradford. Check out the whole programme here - the show's on until the 26th.

CyberSonica commissioned 5 artists/groups to develop a piece for the show. These works were Herwig Weiser's Death Before Disko, Squidsoup's Freq 2, Troika's Schizoporotica, Someth;ng's Tape and a new version of an older work by Steven Pickles and I called Fijuu2.

Alongside the commissioned pieces are eight existing works, all of which are incredible inventions in themselves. Make sure you play with Jen's loopArena and especially Philip Worthington's Shadow Monsters which is one of the better examples of Augmented Reality I've been bent by in a while.

The lovely Marta has some snaps posted here, but keep an eye on Chris's gallery for updates of the festival day by day.

Congrats Chris and Lewis, yet again proving that the small festivals are where the real action is.

 
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