Julian, Pix, and the rest of the great crew at Medialab-Prado set up blogs for our projects a couple of days ago, and I’ve just made the first post to it. I don’t know how much time I’ll have to post over the next few days, but I’ll do my best to put up some info as the project comes to (some form of) completion!
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I just finished and posted an instructable about simple circuit bending for a sound-making toy. This toy was used in a piece for violin and toy that I wrote for a course in electroacoustic composition. It’s part of a broader goal to create “open-source” compositions, where not only the scores but also other components of my compositions are documented and released for others to see and modify.
I’m very excited to say that I was selected to be a participant in the upcoming workshop on Digital Networks and Physical Space at Medialab-Prado in Madrid!
From the “CAE Defense Fund Group” on Flickr comes the following semi-sad news. I wish Professor Ferrell were well enough to continue to court battle, but I sympathize entirely with his decision. It is sad that government and public resources have been spent for four years on this travesty of a trial, and I can only hope that Steve Kurtz will be able to prevail in the end. If I had the money I would certainly donate to support the cause.