Programming Environments was a networked event May 25, 2019 featuring live coding artists interacting with Wave Farm's 29-acre wooded campus through code and transmission. They rewrite the code and the radio. Participating artists include Paul Feitzinger, JohnLP.xYz, Messica Arson, and ...Read More

Juan Rulfo, in full Juan Nepomuceno Carlos Pérez Rulfo Vizcaíno, (born May 16, 1917, Acapulco, Mexico — died January 7, 1986, Mexico City), Mexican writer who is considered one of the finest novelists and short-story creators in 20th-century Latin America, though his production—consisting essentially ...Read More

How can the cat be both dead and alive? A sound test in noncompliance Just like in Schrödinger’s cat case, we’re here confronted to a situation of quantum entanglement, a “physical phenomenon whereby the quantum state of each pairs or groups ...Read More

The word “Glitch” is everywhere those days. In movies and TV shows, in clubs and galeries, on billboards, in magazines and all around the social network. Most people see it as a Digital failure, at best as a nice effect or plot device. ...Read More

The word “Glitch” is everywhere those days. In movies and TV shows, in clubs and galeries, on billboards, in magazines and all around the social network. Most people see it as a Digital failure, at best as a nice effect or plot device. ...Read More

The Dog That Licked Up A Star – Orchid Mix by GABI SCHAFFNER “The Dog That Licked Up A Star – Orchid Mix is a radiophonic suggestion for deceleration. The composition features (among others) a singing dog from the town Hengchun, in the South ...Read More

GAïA DRIFTING IN THE SKY by Julie Rousse "Some sonic thoughts on the link between the Earth and the Universe. From radio to RADIA : creating for the RADIA network a composed play of electromagnetic signals. With field recordings and electromagnetic reception recordings from ...Read More

My Digital Music Collection is exactly what it says on the box: a list read out by New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based sound artist and podcaster Allanah Stewart "of all the albums I have on my computer at the moment." In this piece ...Read More

Have you ever noticed that one sound can be a thousands others sounds ? Just like if there was as many sounds as listeners On january 12 th, this year we were 13 in a room we choose 16 sounds we took 3 hours and made ...Read More

Two presented compositions are taken from an album Klima (Climate) by Staš Vrenko released in March 2018 under a Slovenian label for improvised and experimental music “Zvočni prepihi”. Author holds a degree in sculpture of the Academy of Fine Arts ...Read More