Our upcoming album in Crónica is now available for preorder.
The Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts has just released a special issue with a selected set of extended papers from the xCoAx 2020 conference. The issue includes works by Sage Jenson and Kit Kuksenok, Birgit Bachler, Antonio Pošćić and Gordan Kreković, Dejan Grba, Caterina Moruzzi, and Rodrigo Hernández Ramírez, and was guest-edited by André Rangel, Luísa Ribas, Mario Verdicchio, and myself.
Open access at revistas.ucp.pt
The new compilation “In Trux We Pux 01”, released by Favela Discos, includes our collaboration with Well (Inês Castanheira & João Sarnadas), the track “129 / steps”.
From October 14 to January 11, the Audiosphere exhibition, curated by Francisco López, will be at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, in Madrid. Audiosphere is a large-scale exhibition with no images or objects, underpinned solely by sound works and an exhibition design that facilitates experiential, profound and prolonged listening. We’re happy to participate with our piece 77(0).
A performance by @c (Pedro Tudela & Miguel Carvalhais) with André Rangel, at the understage of Rivoli in Porto. Thursday, October 29.
Very happy to be featured in the catalogue that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Intermediale Festival, where we performed in 2015. It comes accompanied with a double CD where our track Jeden, Dwa, Osiem (dla Małgorzaty) is also included!
The fully remote xCoAx 2020, the eighth conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics, and X, is now available at 2020.xcoax.org. The book of proceedings was also published, edited by Mario Verdicchio, Miguel Carvalhais, Luísa Ribas & André Rangel, and designed by André Lourenço. ISBN 978-989-746-266-5. 478 pages.