Tuesday 29, 21:30CET, talk on appropriating sharing scooters #rc3 https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/rc3/2020/Fahrplan/events/11575.html
Hello world again, I've re-made a new account on post.lurk.org.. I am mainly using twitter, but recently I almost gave up to write something in there. Now I'm writing and checking updates minimal. At the same time, I am looking for an alternative way of using the Internet, and that's what brought me here.
I am a sound person who is using TidalCycles, SuperCollider, and hardware FM synth, etc.. Not a professional programmer/engineer, but an art student. Japanese. Not a nice speaker of English.
groove 12 on outlines: https://outlineslabel.bandcamp.com/album/groove-12
This web-audio interface addresses ways of listening to certain female-sounding voices that are perceived as inappropriate - because of the quality of their sound, their gender, the medium's distortions but also stereotypes and collective memories that they often awake. These are verbal expressions that have been associated with forms of 'monstrosity' since ancient times. You are welcome to contribute with your voices; to record yourselves, expressing your thoughts and choose a type of distortion to participate in forming new imaginaries around a technologically-mediated collective voice, which through its monstrosity can reveal other forms of speech.
The interface will be part of my performance 'Radio-active Monstrosities' under NL_CL #2: Flesh: https://instrumentinventors.org/event/nl_cl-2-flesh/.
► We’ve been postponing the release of this new book REALTIME: MAKING DIGITAL CHINA since January when the #covid_19 pandemic started, with the somewhat naive hope that this crisis would be over in a near future. To this day, it seems that this situation will last and likely remain central to our lives for the year(s) to come. We collectively decided to hold an ONLINE RELEASE.
► Thursday March 26, 10-11pm CET (4-5pm CDT)
► We’ll take this opportunity to talk about ● Makerspaces in China ● Shanzhai Culture ● Shenzhen’s Night Markets ● Second-Hand Electronics ● Rural E-commerce Villages ● Damnu (online commenting) Practices and ● Potential Future of Technology in China. The presentation will be articulated in relation with the #covid_19 pandemic, live from the present #lockdown situation of each contributor.
Talks by: Clément Renaud, Dino Ge Zhang, Dennis de Bel, Maria Roszkowska, Nicolas Maigret, Gabriele de Seta...
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