PANOPTICON

Interview

Robert Henke - Lumiere III at Teatro della Fortuna, Fano, Panopticon

Filippo Rosati: Umanesimo Artificiale

Umanesimo Artificiale(UA) is a studio and an artist platform based in Fano, Italy, with a spread team of collaborators throughout Italy. It organizes events, workshops, and research projects and collaborates with both private and public institutions. UA focuses mostly on exploring artificial intelligence, live coding, interactive online experiences, AR, and trying to focus all its …

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Ben Wheeler: Culture of Physical Domains

I met Ben in 2018. Our mutual friend Kay Khachatryan (Nystagmus) participated in “Caucasus All Frequency” Fest in Georgia. It was curated by “Mountains of Tongues” (Ben’s project), in partnership with the “Aqtushetii”, a festival/residency program in a remote mountainous village in the North. A ten-day workshop and concert series featuring collaborations and knowledge exchange …

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Minds in the Making, Xiao Xiao theremin

Xiao Xiao: Modular Thinking and The Melody of Language

This interview was possible because of one accident. A colleague, curator and co-founder of InSitu art agency Anna Gargarian was looking for recommendations on Facebook. “Dear musician friends in Armenia. Do any of you know where to rent a Theremin in Armenia? Amazing artist Xiao Xiao finds herself (happily) stuck in Armenia while en route …

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Jessica Ekomane

Jessica Ekomane: Psychoacustics and Human Perceptions

Berlin-based sound artist and electronic musician Jessica Ekomane explores the interplay of psychoacoustics. She creates the perception of rhythmic structures, the transformation of sonic waves, and the interchange of noise and melody. She practices live performances as well as sound installations. She was one of the artists who contributed to the installation of the Natascha …

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