Ce vendredi 16 mars à 14h, conférence/atelier/concert avec Garth Paine, compositeur de musique expérimentale interactive…
salle 156, cité de la musique et de la danse
Future Perfect and EcoRift are VR works by Garth Paine. In this talk Paine will discuss the experience of Place within VR and his development of ambisonic tools for Unity 3D. He will outline his current collaboration with IRCAM/ZKM on a new 360 immersive VR concert work, Future Perfect, which will use personal smart phones to provide a VR image space supported by HOA Ambisonic and WFS soundfields. The Ambisonic audio will provide a detailed ambient whist the WFS will permit sounds to follow and be passed between individuals. Smart phone tracking will facilitate sound exchange and vector lines to be drawn between individuals.
EcoRift focuses on bringing the national parks of SW American into hospitals, schools and homes of people across the globe. Democratizing access whilst also augmenting social impact of these magnificent environments through applications in wellbeing, post surgery recovery and education.
Both works will be presented. The talk will finish with a small performance utilizing your smartphone – so please bring it along..
Garth Paine is a composer, performer and scholar. He has created interactive responsive environments where the inhabitant generates the sonic landscape through their presence and behavior and composed many music scores for dance works, generated through realtime video tracking and bio-sensing. He was awarded a Green Room Award for Outstanding Creativity, for Escape Velocity (Company in Space) and was a ﬁnalist for the Best new Musical Score for Dance, 2014. His work has been shown across the globe. Recent performances in Australia, USA, Korea and Europe have presented works for percussion and live electronic processing, resonating metal instruments, motion tracked dance and Tibetan singing bowl robots. The breadth of his practice is expressed through an enquiry into sound as material.
Garth established and directed the Virtual, Interactive, Performance Research environment (VIPRe) and is internationally regarded as an innovator in interactivity for experimental music and performance. His scholarships ranges from leading the Taxonomy of Interfaces for Electronic Music performance (TIEM) project with partners McGill and the EMF, producing an online database of NIME practices, to papers on interaction and somatics. He presented the Keynote at NIME2016 which outlined a framework for digital music instrument design. Dr. Paine is a Professor of Digital Sound and Interactive Media at the School of Arts Media and Engineering and Digital Culture program at Arizona State University