A hands-on workshop aimed at acoustic musicians who improvise and use live electronics, those who play with other musicians using electronics, or musicians and programmers who improvise and work with acoustic players.
Workshop will be run by artist and musician Emmanuel Spinelli
Participants will explore ways to use technology as an intimate and/or integrated partner for acoustic instruments, designing hybrid or purely electronic instruments and ways in which to engage and integrate performers bodies as real-time creative forces. The focus will be on improvising skills as well as developing approaches to using live electronics.
Software explored will include Max/MSP.
No previous experience of coding or use of programming environments is necessary.
The course will include a public performance by participants as part of Last Fridays at our space in Deptford.