A 60-minute workshop by artist Rian Treanor that uses bespoke music software to enable real-time remote collaboration. As part of Rewire 2021, there will be an open call to develop a new collaborative performance, with an interest in exploring algorithmic, procedural composition and rule-based systems that aim to establish meaningful interactions and unusual musical outcomes.
This is an extension of a collaborative project between Rian Treanor and Mark Fell where they are developing bespoke software to enable real-time, remote participation in various forms. In response to Covid-19, they are working on several different outcomes, including workshops, live performances, installations and critical discussions called Inter-symmetric works.
Rian Treanor is a British artist whose practice focuses on using sound within live performances, installations and recorded material. Through several releases on the Planet Mu record label, he re-imagines the intersection of club culture, experimental art and computer music, presenting an insightful and compelling musical world of fractured and interlocking components. You can apply here: https://forms.gle/m2oS4Msqr1iV4Fqa9