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NOW 2006

Sonoscop Archives

Orquestra del Caos

Courses and workshops + Festivals


Friday 21 and Saturday 22, from 5 to 9 p.m.


A selection from the Sonoscop archives about a segment of the electromagnetic spectrum which, though inaudible, has particular importance for sound creation: radio microwaves. The selection comprises three types of works based on the digital decoding process that renders them audible. Artistic works designed for the radio, such as those created by Ernst Jandl, Roz Cheney, Steve Roden and Darren Copeland; artistic works based on the digital treatment of sounds produced by microwaves, like those by Tod Dockstader, Disinformation, Javier Ariza and Stephen McGreevy, plus a sample of the sounds generated by astronomical research, with material from the NASA, the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville and the Cassini RPWS project.


Participants: Orquestra del Caos

This activity is part of NOW. Abril 2006, NOW 2006

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