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Wilkins, Caroline; Ben-Tal, Oded (2010)
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: music
Coming from a background of new music\ud (audio) theatre composition / performance and\ud acousmatics, we examine an ongoing collaboration from\ud the perspective of these disciplines. Documenting the\ud process of exchange at each stage has allowed for a\ud constant analysis of methods used to facilitate our\ud communication and procedure of developing musical\ud collaboration within a larger context of a multimedia\ud performance project - a choreographic installation\ud encompassing dance, video, animation, visual design, and\ud virtual worlds. We will focus on our use of terminologies /\ud languages / systems as tools for research, as well as on the\ud subjective experience of working with live electronics.\ud Meta-technical ideas are explored with regard to the\ud spatial and temporal considerations involved in this kind\ud of process, that is to say the acoustic, the three�\ud dimensional, and the audio-visual relationship: the\ud absence / presence of a sound source, its physicality, its\ud virtuality but also the evolving relationships with the\ud visual elements of the performance. In this case the key\ud sound sources used are the bandoneon and the voice.\ud Combined with a wearable costume that incorporates\ud wired and wireless systems of amplification into its\ud design, plus choreographic movement, the live electronics\ud become, in effect, several other extended instruments in\ud space.
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