With “NonArtificial Liveness” Nicola L. Hein and Claudia Schmitz develop the interaction between two human artists and two A.I. artists in a live audiovisual performance.
In the run-up to the performance, Schmitz and Hein have trained two A.I. entities on the content of their artistic work and will further develop it together during the performance.
The tonhalle announces: "Nine creative experimental arrangements will be presented at the Düsseldorf Artlab:"
The lineup in the order of the performances: Frederike Möller & Michalis Nicolaides / INTERSTELLAR 2 2 7 & Norbert van Ackeren & Swantje Lichtenstein / Arturo Castro Nogueras & Nyani Quarmyne / Ensemble Krunk & Rymon Zacharei / Rolf A. Scheider und Thomas Hinz & Lydia Drontmann / Angela Froemer & Ralf Herrnkind / Thomas Klein & Karen Bößer / Leonhard Bartussek & Sabrina Haunsperg / Unstumm: Nicola L. Hein & Claudia Schmitz
Thanks to Dokho Shin for the Design
UnStumm | Augmented Movements | PREMIERE Rep. of Korea | Germany
June 17th 2022 16:00 - 17:30 (UTC+2)
UnStumm | Augmented Voyage App - in AR on your own smarphone / tablet
The digital platform anarchivTANZ.digital is an interactive and playful platform for the anarchivTANZ project by deufert&plischke - created in collaboration with time based media artist Claudia Schmitz and programmer Daniel Rodriguez
NowNet Arts Conference 2021, Nov 4-7, Network Arts: Transformation of Distance with
UnStumm | Augmented Voyage Primary Site: Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS), Stony Brook University, New York, USA - Satellite Sites: Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University, California, USA - LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore - The Learning Environments virtual reality lab, University of Melbourne, Australia - Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium - The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA
Back with a second marathon online OptoSonic Tea event, almost exactly a year after the first one.
In this 11 hour long event artists from different parts of the world will perform together (mostly U.S., Europe and Latin America), taking advantage of the unplace of the web in combination with the technology of being able to be connected always with
everywhere even as many are still in lockdowns or isolation.
This international community oriented exploration of live performance with visuals, movement and sound will form a wild virtual
collage of rhythms, colors, gestures and light.
Once again in partnership with NowNet Arts NYC, this year we are also collaborating with Experimental Intermedia NYC, XFest (Lowell, MA) and Kunsthaus Langenthal (Switzerland) and have opted for this time to invite different organizations and groups to take over the different hours of the day. These include: NowNet Lab Ensemble (NYC), OptoSonic Tea (NYC and Langenthal, Switzerland), PataLab (Berlin, Bogotá, Cologne), APO33 (Nantes, France), Harvestworks (NYC), XFest (Lowell, MA), Sonic Gatherings (NYC), Grace Exhibition Space (NYC), Vampÿrates & Clockface Orange @ Synesthesia (NYC).
The entire OptoSonic MayDay Marathon will be viewable via the NowNet Arts virtual venue: