From: pzimediadesign <pzimediadesign-bounces(a)lists.multiplace.sk> on behalf of luisa moura <moura.luisa(a)gmail.com>
Sent: 12 September 2018 11:23
Subject: [md] monitors: anyone interested?
Are you interested in well working second-hand monitors?
If yes, send me an email. You can then pick them up at Het Nieuwe Instituut until the end of September.
All the best,
I just saw someone trying to send a message to the list from a different
address and asking to have their email changed.
The email bounced and was sent to the moderators, because if you send an
email to this list from an address unknown, it will not be accepted.
I updated the email of the person who asked for it, but you can also do
it yourself in the future if you need to:
- go to https://we.lurk.org
- register an account there using the *same* email address you used to
receive this very email. (Alternatively you can try to log via openid,
google, twitter, gitlab, etc, not sure how well it works though:
- when logged in, go here:
- and you can update your preferences, check the archives, etc.
This Thursday myself and a few familiar names: Cristina Cochior,
Renée Turner, Manufactura Independente, and Cesare Davolio will take
part on a conversation, moderated by Annet Dekker, around the making of
The Warp and Weft of Memory http://warpweftmemory.net/
Thursday 13Sept 7 PM – 9 PM
At Castrum Peregrini
Herengracht 401, 1017 BP Amsterdam, Netherlands
Please join us for a discussion with the makers of The Warp and Weft of
The Warp and Weft of Memory explores the wardrobe of Gisèle d’Ailly van
Waterschoot van der Gracht, a Dutch artist who once lived at Herengracht
401 in Amsterdam. Although she passed away in 2013 at the age of one
hundred, traces of her figure can still be sensed through the shape and
wear of her clothes. Spanning decades, the range of garments amassed
over the years illustrates her fascination with travel, textiles, and
design. There are Greek woollen vests, a Chinese silk jacket, and
several dresses fashioned by the renowned Dutch designer Dick Holthaus.
All were meticulously itemised in Gisèle’s own wardrobe inventories and
many are represented in her photographic archive.
Combining writing, photographs of her clothes, videos, and
illustrations, Renée Turner reflects on her direct encounter with
Gisèle’s belongings, the intimacy of the closet, and how its content
reflects her life, the history of the Netherlands before, during, and
after the war, women and their clothing, the privileges of class, and
the persona of the female artist. While each garment has its own story,
it can be woven into a larger tapestry of other narratives, past and
While the online narrative archive, The Warp and Weft of Memory, was
conceived by Renée Turner, it was actually made by a team of people
working closely together. Garments from Gisèle’s closet were
photographed, images from her archive were scanned and once digitzed and
placed online, tagging was applied to understand how items relate to
each other. In the process, there was a continuous and dynamic exchange
between programming, writing, illustrating and adjusting the
infrastructure. The online work, much like a tapestry, required weaving
different elements together and moreover the nimble hands and minds of a
group of people to bring together the work as a whole.
The evening will be moderated by Annet Dekker, whose expertise in
digital archiving, will no doubt raise broader questions relevant to
digital arts practices and the digitization of cultural heritage.
Present at the talk will be:
Manufactura Independente is a research studio for design and graphic
communication focused on free and open source software, free culture and
critical engagement with design tools. http://manufacturaindependente.org/
Cesare Davolio is an Italian illustrator and animator based in
Rotterdam. Recently he directed Human Slaughterhouse, which has been
shown at the Annecy animation festival in France. http://www.visualiser.org/
André Castro is a media designer with a background in sound art and
experimental music, and a current practice focused on hybrid publishing,
underground digital libraries and the intersection between technology
and design processes. http://oooooooooo.io/index.php/Main_Page
Cristina Cochior is a designer and researcher interested in structures
of knowledge co-production, archival representation, open access
publishing and situated software practices.
Renée Turner is an artist whose practice engages with material culture,
digital narratives, archives, and forms of interdisciplinary and
collaborative enquiry from a feminist perspective. She has spent the
past two years researching Gisèle’s wardrobe at Castrum Peregrini.
Moderator: Annet Dekker is Assistant Professor at the University of
Amsterdam, Media Studies: Archival and Information Studies, next to
being a freelance curator. http://aaaan.net/
RSVP - please be in time to make sure you have a seat
The Warp and Weft of Memory has been generously supported by the
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From: thor list <th.list(a)gmail.com>
Sent: 10 September 2018 15:57:29 CEST
Subject: [livecode] Survey on Live Code language design for Machine Learning and Machine Listening
As part of our MIMIC project (Musically Intelligent Machines Interacting Creatively) we are running a survey in order to help us designing a domain specific live coding language for the application of machine listening and machine learning techniques to music creation.
We would be very interested in learning from your experience and views regarding the relationship between programming language design and machine learning/machine listening, and would be grateful if you would consider filling in the following survey:
We will be sharing the tools that we build, and there is more information to come about that, but since we have just started the project and the website is not up yet, you can read about the project here:
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Thor Magnusson and Chris Kiefer
Experimental Music Technologies Lab
University of Sussex
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If all went well, you should have received the outline for the intro
week from Leslie, if not, shout.
I want to draw your attention to Tuesday, where we will spend the whole
day (starting at 11:00 sharp) getting to know each other (new students
and new staff).
I talked/emailed with some of you, it's on Tuesday that you can present
the past special issues and share your experience when you were first
Also on Tuesday is the show and tell, so don't forget to bring
something (details in the outline).
Regarding Monday, we also have a small shared session in the afternoon,
it would be great to see you there. André and I will guide the new
students through the wiki, pad, and whatnot.
See you all Monday!