Our partner CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) at Standford University organised a brief meeting-event for the EASTN-DC. The event was run in parallel with the Linux Audio Conference. On Wednesday 27th March three presentations took place, one from the EASNT-DC coordinator ACROE with Annie Luciani, one from CSAD with Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos, and one from Ionian University with Iannis Zannos.
The title of my talk was Creative Projects at the intersection of Art, Science, and Technology. It was a selective overview related to my research and art practice at the intersection of Art, Science and Technology. I was delighted to share my work with colleagues from Stanford University such as Matt Wright and Romain Michon.
I have also presented a paper co-written with Olivia Kotsifa from Decode Fablab in the Linux Audio Conference titled Game|lan: Co-Designing and Co-Creating an Orchestra of Digital Musical Instruments Within the Fab Lab Network. The paper was related to an ongoing project focused on the co-design and co-creation of a small orchestra of digitally fabricated digital musical instruments (DMIs) It took place in Fab Labs (for the moment in three labs South America), an international network of digital fabrication laboratories. More info about our experience in those labs can be found here: Fab Lab U. de Chile, Fab Lab Lima, Fab Lab UNAL, Medellin.
Ioannis Zannos from Ionian University, an EU EASTN-DC partner has also presented during the conference a paper related to live coding and performed live at the CCRMA stage.