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Hunjoo Jung (visuals and electronics) and Esteban Belinchn (cello) I Have the Right to De[Story]
of Myself for Cello Solo and Live [Electronics +Video +Visuals+ Lightings]

Nathaniel Haering (electronics) and kenneth cox(ute) Cimmerian Isolation

Tom Davis (electronics) and Laura Reid (cello) Gemmeleg [for feral cello]

Interval

Gintas K (electronics)- Vintage Digital

Stewart Collinson (image), Duncan Chapman (liveelectronics), Mike McInerney (Shakuhachi)


Rising Breath

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I Have the Right to De[Story] of Myself: The composeris interested in a psychologically interactive
process of human process such as outer action, inner action, interaction and emotion in response to
interactive effects of musical contents and non-musical contents in spatialization. This performance will
be based on interactive performance systems conceptual interacting strategies in forming electroacoustic
sound identities and multimedia performance assessment system. These complex interactive effects of
music and non-musical materials needs underlying intrinsic motivational process in order to form the
psychological representation of musical/non musical contents in noise context in an interactive real-time
system for the control of sound and visual localization, which involved in the temporal organization of
complex auditory sequences and multimedia process. This piece is an exploration of an audio
+multimedia interactive system, which involves live electronics, pan/tilt lightings, white laser, pre-
recorded video, live video, live visuals, gestures, and sound-le playback system with spatlicalization.
This audio +multimedia system is designed that one main interface of one computer controls sound with
other multimedia devices in an interactive way. The playback system is built from pro tools. They run on
MAX/MSP with spatlization. Pre- recorded video images are built, and run on Jitter that interlocks data
points from audio process. These pre recorded sound and video combine or independently interlock
with live video/visuals, computer generated sound and a real time audio process. The pan-tilts lightings
and a white laser connects to MAS/MSP through dmxusbpro and arduino, accompanied by actions
stage behind the screen on the stage.

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Hunjoo Jung isa sound & multimedia designer, improviser, researcher and composer ofacoustic,
electronic and electroacoustic concert music as well as intermedia installation art. In recent years, besides
focusing on acoustic music, Jung has also been exploring multi-complex structural ways in which
interactive visual, live video and video mapping, lighting & laser, sensor, actions and/or sculptural
forms of objects can be used in a wide range of combination with acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic
music in spatializatioin. He is pursuing postgraduate degreefromthe University of Music and
Performing Arts,Graz . Heholds a Masters degreefrom University of California, San Diego and further
degreesfrom New England Conservatory (BM). Now, he is staying in Vienna as an artistic researcher.

Principal Composition teacher: Clemens Gadensttter & Roger Reynolds

Principal Computer music teacher: Miller Puckette & Tom Erbe

http://www.estebanbelinchon.com

A brooding duet for the self, Cimmerian Isolation nds meaning in the interplay between the sound of
theute and the performers own primal uttering. These two often separate entities interact with and are
greatly accentuated by the addition of live electronics and extensive real-time processing. Cimmerian
in this case references its denition as an adjectivemeaning very dark or gloomy and attempts to
elicit imagery of a wealthy recluse living in cimmerian isolation in a decaying Victorian mansion,left
only to themselves and descending into eventual madness.

Nathaniel Haering is a masters student atBowling Green State University studying with Dr. Elainie
Lillios and Dr. Mikel Kuehn. He has collaborated with and had works performed by Grammy Award-
winning Vietnamese performerVn nh V, Ensemble Mise-En, Mivos Quartet, and Ensemble Dal
Niente.His pieces have recently been featured at theToronto International Electroacoustic Symposiumin
Toronto Canada, the SCI Student National Conferenceat Ball State University, SEAMUS 2016 Conferencein
Statesboro Georgia, Electronic Music Midwestin Kansas City, Root Signalselectronic music festival in
Jacksonville Florida, SPLICE Institutein Kalamazoo Michigan, N_SEMEat Louisiana State University,
and NYCEMFin New York City. This summer he will be working with Master Artist John Gibson at
theAtlantic Center for the ArtsResidency in Smyrna Beach Florida and be attending theValencia
International Performance Academyin Valencia Spain.

One of the most fresh and cutting-edge utists of today, Kenneth J. Cox is taking the music scene by
storm. Described as breathtaking,incredibly unique and stunning,Kenneth has performed in
over twenty internationally acclaimed venues throughout the United States, Canada, France, Germany,
Italy, the Netherlands, China and Japan, including the National Performing Arts Center in Beijing, Teatro
Verdi in Florence, the Shanghai Grand Theatre, and for private concerts in The Vatican. An international
award-winning utist, Kenneth has won top prizes at the William C. Byrd International Young Artist
competition, the National Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition, the East
Central Division Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition, the Ohio Music
Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition,the South Carolina Flute Society Young Artist
Competition, the Florida Flute Association Young Artist Competition,the Atlanta Flute Club Young
Artist Competition, and was Grand Prize winner of the 50th annual Bowling Green State University
Concerto Competition, performing the monstrous Flute Concerto by Joan Tower, amongst many other
competitions.Highly devoted to new music, Kenneth has commissioned and performed over twenty
new works over the last six years, one being the world premiere performance of Ned McGowans Torrent
at the 2012 National Flute Association Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, co-sponsored by Miyazawa
Flutes USA. Kenneth is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Contemporary Music

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Performance with a specialization in Flute at Bowling Green State University and serves as the Teaching
Assistant to Dr. Conor Nelson. Kenneth is a recent graduate of the prestigious University of Cincinnati
College-Conservatory of Music and is also an honors graduate from the University of South Carolina.

Gemmeleg:The Feral Cello is a performance system inspired by a post-phenomenological


understanding of musical intentionality. The system is constructed from an actuated cello that is
controlled solely through machine listening. A pickup under the bridge sends the cello sound to a laptop
running Max for processing and a machine learning algorithm analyses the cellos sounds to make
decisions on the type of signal processing to apply. This processed audio is then played back through the
cello through actuators placed upon its body. The cello and the processed sound through the instrument
should be conceived as one augmented feral instrument.

Gemmeleg is a semi-structured improvisation developed particularly for the Feral Cello that explores
ve compositional ideas. The listening and feedback of the cello is used to switch between sections but
also as a springboard for improvisational creativity within the piece. The ambiguity of the cellos
response is used to highlight the agency of the cello within the performance as the improviser struggles
to cope with the shifting responses of the system.

Composition: Laura Reid

System Design: Tom Davis

Tom Davis is an improviser, instrument builder and sonic artist. He has performed at many festivals
and conferences in Europe and USA, including, NIME 2012, NIME 2010, NIME 2007, Renew 2012, In-
Time 2012, ICMC 2008, Fix 2007, SAN Expo & Sonorities 2007.He has exhibited work at such venues as
Tate Britain London, NIME 2012, Aspex Gallery Portsmouth and OVADA Oxford. He currently is a
lecturer at the University of Bournemouth and holds a PhD in Sonic Arts from SARC, Queens
University Belfast. www.tdavis.co.uk/

Laura Reids cello career has included playing cello with Kathryn Williams, the Light Surgeons, The
Matinee Orchestra (Arable Records), Thea Gilmore, Cradle of Filth, Maximo Park (Warp Records),
Fourhands, with performances on Later with Jools Holland, and Folk Brittania (BBC4). Reids
compositions can be found in the British Music Collection. She is a New Voices artist for Sound and
Musicand has mostrecently been commissioned by Kuljit Bhamrato write a new piece to be premiered
in 2017. Works have been performed by Ensemble Eleven at Royal Northern College of Music, in Vox
Music USA and by members of London Sinfonietta.

http://www.laurareid.co.uk

@laurareidmusic

Gintas Kraptaviius a.k.a. Gintas K, is a sound artist / composer living and working in Lithuania. As
an active part of Lithuanian experimental music scene since 1994, Gintas now works in the eld of
digital experimental and electroacoustic music. His compositions are based on granulated sounds, new
hard digital computer music, small melodies and memories. He has released numerous records on
labels such as Crnica, Baskaru, Con-v, m/OAR, Bt, Creative Sources and others. Gintas K also makes
music for lms, theaters, sound installations, and has participated in various international festivals as
Transmediale.05, Transmediale.07, ISEA2015, ISSTA2016, IRCAM forum workshops2017..

In 2010 he was a winner of the II International Sound-Art Contest Broadcasting Art 2010 in Spain.
Since 2011 he is a member of Lithuanian Composers Union.
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FullBreath Cycleis a series of performance works for Japaneseshakuhachi ute, live video and live
electronic sound, each composedin response to a specic installation opportunity, but based on
aconsistent vocabulary of live shakuhachi performance, live soundmanipulation (which combines
processing of the shakuhachi signal inreal time with precomposed electro-acoustic material) and live
videooutput combined with precomposed drawn lm.

The1st iteration,Empty Breath, an improvised live multi-mediaperformance at the Traf Arts centre in
Budapest, 2005: The 2nd,Turning Breath, performed at SAN Expo09 in Leeds. The 3rd
and4thiterations,Rising Breath, were performed at the PlymouthICCI360 Cinema Festival 2009 and
Weymouth ICCI360 2012, thelatter as part of the Cultural Olympiad.Rising Breathwasalso performed
in a 5th versionatSeeing Sound 2016 (Bath SpaUniversity)

Theperformance at Noiseoor 2017 will consist of

Visually

A2 screen version of 360 5 screen exploration of a costal landscape.

Screen1: Hand-painted 16mm lm, scanned, rotated and sequenced to createtransverse movement,

Screen2 Jitter Patch generating Lissajou gures where the Z axis isdisplaced by live shakuhachi audio
signal.

Audio

Precomposedand live electro-acoustic music with live Shakuhachi processed anddiffused. Most of the
audio material is sourced from recordings ofShakuhachi attacks and breath sounds recorded in avariety
of publicand studio spaces.

MikeMcInerney (www.mikemcinerney.com)is a shakuhachi player and electro-acoustic composer.


Recent eventsinclude a performance of traditional Zen Hon Kyoku and new duos forguitar and
shakuhachia at the Roselidden wellbeing centre inCornwall, a new piece for piano and electronics at
the PlymouthContemporary Music Festival 2015 and a touring performance forshakuhachi, drones and
Carnaticsinger with Duncan Chapman andSupriya Nagarajan. Mike is subject lead in music
composition withPlymouth University.

StewartCollinson is an artist making moving-image work for single-screen,gallery installation and


live-performance. Collaboratively, hecreates audio/visual work in national and international
contexts.He isprimarily interested in the interaction of sound and image as amanifestation of
collaborative process. He is senior lecturer inmoving image on the BA (Hons) Photography and MA
Fine Art programmesin theCollege of Arts at Lincoln University, UK.

DuncanChapman is a freelance composer / sound artist based in LincolnshireUK. Much of his work
involves collaborations with groups to createperformances, installations and recorded works.
Currentprojectsinclude work with the London Sinfonietta, HCMF, BCMG, Casa da Msica(Porto) &
the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. He is currently workingwith on the touring piece White Cane (co-
composedwith IsabelJones on Sound And Musics Composer-Curator project) and creatingmusic for
Manasamitras Lullabies projects in the UK and beyond.

Vintage digital:A live performancewith a pc/software controlled by a MIDI keyboard and controller.

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The patch is built in Plogue Bidule 0.97 software with VST plugins assigned and controlled by MIDI
keyboard and controller. All parameters are controlled live during the concert.

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