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intro pure data by miller puckette by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-09-28 04:55 PM
with a litte bit of delay, miller puckette started his lecture at the iem
morninglectures iem, 28.09 by zadmin — last modified 2004-09-29 09:47 AM
starting: MillerPuckette, IohannesZmölnig, JamesTittle, ThomasGrill, DamienHenry,ThomasMusil <br> photos by uwe vollmann und dagmar eberhardt
gem: lecture by IOhannes M Zmölnig by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-09-29 04:00 PM
GEM's rendering engine: a mystery unrevealed Gem was the first extension to Miller Puckette's em pure-data that allowed graphics-processing within this environment. Because Gem's hierarchical approach differs significantly from pd's "native" linear signal-flow model, the underlying rendering engine has proven to be a bit complicated. What's more, this engine keeps changing, which makes it even harder to understand. This article aims to shed some light on what is the core part of more than a 100.000 lines of source-code.
gem-lecture by James Tittle by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-09-29 04:10 PM
Talk/Presentation:Implementation of a shape synthesizer (inspired by Andrew Glassner) in pd/GEM/zexy/gridflow/whatever else...
ptl by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-09-29 04:26 PM
the lecture showed a prebeta version and included the call for help
theoretics:hammer, meißel, pinsel, pd by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-10-07 03:07 PM
in this theoretics panel, moderated by Harald Wiltsche, some first steps have been undertaken to close the gap between the pure technical side and an artistical attitude...how difficult this attempt was, till to the very last day, everybody could notice....
ad theoretical panel: moderated by h.wiltsche by zadmin — last modified 2004-09-29 09:47 AM
Hammer, Meißel, Pinsel, PD... last edited 1 week ago by wiltsche Hammer, Meißel, Pinsel, PD... Gerade das 20. Jahrhundert hat dem Kunsthandwerk - so scheint es zumindest - den Garaus gemacht. Readymade, Punk, Amateurismus und der Kollaps der ehernen Grenzen zwischen E und U haben eine Ausgangssituation generiert, die bestenfalls mit den Begriffen "polykontexturell" oder "pluralistisch" beschrieben werden können. Nun tritt gerade in den Bereichen der elektronischen bzw. digitalen Kunst zunehmend ein KünstlerInnentyp? auf, der/die zumindest teilweise als ProgrammiererIn? charakterisiert werden kann. Jeder, der jemals versucht hat, PD nur einen Ton zu entlocken, weiß, was gemeint ist. Ist hierin ein Rückgang zu sehen oder bloß eine Verschiebung der Perspektiven? Muss die/der digitale KünstlerIn? ProgrammiererIn? sein oder - provokant gefragt - "hält" sich in Zukunft die kunstschaffende Person technisch versierte Angestellte, ähnlich wie in mittelalterlichen Werkstätten? Und: Haben wir es mit einer Renaissance der Techné zu tun?
the iemcube by th.musil/pd-lunch concert by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-09-29 04:54 PM
the fascinating cube, an laboratory for accustics and concerts as well, 120 qm big with an height of 4,5 m, offers possibilities for very specific sounds.
mihaCiglar-performance/mkl by zadmin — last modified 2004-09-29 09:47 AM
"recycling palestrina" is occupied with the 16 th century music by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, whose importance longs to nowadays. the basic idea consists of a recycling his music and turn it over in a temporary sound. photos by uwe vollmann
ad performance by dagmar eberhardt — last modified 2004-10-07 03:28 PM
bodylanguage and music : a successful performance of the young dancer miha ciglar

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