Korean premiere of “1985.2”

Later today “1985.2” for soprano saxophone and fixed media electronics will be performed by mighty Gilberto Bernardes at the Seoul International Computer Music Festival  2017 in Gwangju, South Korea.

 

Video of Phobos available!

The video from Sonoscopia’s project Phobos presentation at Serralves em Festa where you can see an excerpt of my Phobia Robotica finally out!

Phobia Robotica

Phobia Robotica is a piece I composed for Phobos-Orquestra Robótica Disfuncional (Phobos – Dysfunctional Robotic Orchestra) that premieres June 3 and 4 at the Serralves em Festa Festival in Porto. This is collaboration with Sonoscopia. Check it out if you happen to be around. Bzzzt!

 

Spotlight of work at Labocine

My recent work with dance  and video featuring some of my favorite collaborators (Nella Turkki, Kirk Woolford, Saguenail, João Menezes, Cristina Ioan, and Laetitia Morais) is presented at Labocine, an online publication from Imagine Science Films. Check it out!

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Photo credit: Kirk Woolford

 

Sharjah debut with saxophonist Emil Sein.

Tonight I will be performing some of my old and recent music at Sharjah’s Flag Island Festival. I will be accompanied by amazing saxophonist Emil Sein. For more info check this link

 

Video from Jinn on Vimeo

Video from Jinn, premiered last March 14, published on Vimeo.

Choreography & Dance: Nella Turkki

Flute & Voice: Cristina Ioan

Video: Saguenail

Motion Capture & Video Compositing: Kirk Woolford

Sound Recording: João Menezes

Music: Carlos Guedes

 

Cool new website!

Check out the Sounds of Sir Bani Yas Island website! This is an ongoing project for recording geo-located sounds on Sir Bani Yas Island, the largest wild animal reserve in the Gulf, founded by HH Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. This is a work-in progress with the collaboration of Cristobal Martinez, Evgeny Zverev, Imen Haddad, João Menezes, Laura Waltje, Leonid Kuzmenko, Lucas Olscamp, Max Bork, and Yu-Chie (Andrea) Chung (sound recording), Laura Waltje and Leonid Kuzmenko (sound editors), with website design by Mac Davel Kalumbi.