Room+D by Sacem (P4 Level 0)
The audio artist Francisco López will present the results of a collective project made in two cities, The Hague (2016) and Madrid (2014), that gathered sound artists, experimental musicians, “noisists” and audio artists in general. Each of these artists contributed a sound piece to the project, a “building block” of a meta-composition/meta-performance carried out by a solitary computer on stage with no human controller. An autonomous composer-performer fed by the compositions made by more than 350 artists, executing an public Turing test. The “human-generated” compositions and the ones made by the performer computer are collected in a usb release the size of a credit card.
This talk is organized with TodaysArt, as part of the programme We Are Europe.
Preferential access for Accreditation holders (until 5 min. starting time). Limited seats available.