The electronic sound workshop Strange theremin uses a 555 timer and weird everyday objects to create a „choir“ of oscillating sound. The workshop is a playful learning session on the technologies of sound art through learning about circuits and electricity – perfect for absolut beginners.
Apply for workshop on e-mail adress or phone number: firstname.lastname@example.org,
+385 (0) 91 720 39 63.
Applications are opened until September 24th.
Number of participants is limited.
Erin Gee (CA)
Erin Gee is a Canadian artist who explores digital culture through the metaphors of human voices in electronic bodies, working in video, performance, robotics and audio art. Recently, Gee's work has been presented at Trinity Square Video, Toronto (2015), Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (2015), Cirque du Soleil International Headquarters, Montreal (2014), and Nuit Blanche Calgary (2014). Gee's work combining robotics and human emotion has been reviewed in publications such as Scientific American, VICE, and National Post. Gee has published work in Leonardo Music (2013) as well as eContact! Journal of the Canadian electroacoustic community, and is the creator of future femmes, an online blog archived by Cornell University featuring interviews, showcased work and links to relevant articles on the topic of women working in technological culture. Gee lives and works in Montreal where she teaches sound art, as well as gender and technology courses, at Concordia University.