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Testing sensor system on a dancer – day 1

What: I will test Eowave’s Eobody2 HF on a dancer. Why: I want to see if this system works with our project. How: I will have the sensors control simple parameters. ——– The dancer: I was lucky enough to make

Choosing the right sensor system for a dancer

What: I will determine what sensor system to use. I have to find the most practical and effective solution for collaboration with a dancer. Why: I want to be sure I am using the most convenient system before i involve

Dancers – concert

As of today we have done two concerts, one at the festival “Serendip” and and one at “Lillestrøm kultursenter”. The first concert was filmed, and it can be seen bellow: This was out first public performance as a duo and

Dancer controlling sound with sensors – Idea sketch

(…) a sensor based setup for a dancer and a drummer, where the dancer can pick up sounds played by the drummer and process them with movement (…) My project description What: Dancer wearing sensors – controlling sound. The idea

Random impulses

When experimenting with restrictions as mentioned in my project description: (…) I should instead dive into my setup, experiment and play with it and get to know it as well as possible. I stumbled upon an interesting aspect where a

Dancers – part 4

We met again for a final rehearsal before our first concert. Despite what I stated in the previous post, We agreed on that we had reached a state where we temporarily are agreeing on the expression of the concept and

Equipment Standard – Audio latency

One of the first issues I wanted to look into when I started working on my master thesis was audio latency. Audio latency is the delay between when an audio signal enters and when it emerges from a system. Potential

Performing an electronic composition

Bendik Hovik Kjeldsberg is studying composition at the same Academy as I am doing my master degree. He asked me to perform one of his compositions with him. Since the composition’s nature is very electronic it presented some challenges when

Free Play – Prologue: A New Flute

Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art – by Stephen Nachmanovitch. A god can do it. But will you tell me how a man can penetrate through the lyre’s strings? Ranier Maria Rilke As a prologue to the book, Nachmanovitch

Dancers – part 3

We started with full-length run-trough of the usual framework: We were growing tired of our usual framework, so we decided to try something completely different and “free”: To do this didn’t feel any harder than working with the usual framework,