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IOM-AIM Research 

F.15.1. Transforming the Space 1 – Tiergarten!

March 11, 2015 during the Ammodo KNAW Award 2015 ceremony.
Time 17.48 – 17.53

Premiere of Peter van Bergen F.15.1. Transforming the Space 1 – Tiergarten!
Performed by the David Kweksilber Big Band and public.
In the piece there will be interaction with the audience through a webapp for smartphones.
The public will be asked to log on to the iomnet network (wi-fi preferences, no password required) before the concert or during the intermission and then go by means of a browser to the web address http://aim.local/
They will receive messages during the piece and the opportunity to participate.

F.15.1 Transforming te Space – Tiergarten! is an interdisciplinary work of 5 minutes for big band with 25 musicians, one tap dancer, 8 artificial improvisers, interactive projections and audience participation.
The works links instability in composition, improvisation and image.

F.15.1 Transforming te Space – Tiergarten! is made in the context of the IOM AIM research of Peter van Bergen (PhD candidate Conservatory of Brussels / Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Johan van Kreij (software programmer).

Concept/composition Peter van Bergen
Software programming Johan van Kreij
Software programming IOM-AIM app J. Trützschler-Teatracks
Image IOM-AIM app Gabriele Hultsch
Text Misha Mengelberg (1995) Enkele Regels In De Dierentuin
Executive producer Dario Giustarini
Production LOOS Foundation/Studio LOOS
Links
www.facebook.com/Iom-Aim-research
www.studioloos.com
http://ammodo-knaw-award.org/en/#home

 

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At the 40 Years BIMhuis celebration the David Kweksilber Big Band will present a beautiful and exciting program with compositions by a.o. Guus Janssen (premiere), Maarten Altena (premiere), Robert Graettinger, Rodrigo Faina, Ron Ford, Fant de Kanter, Krists Auznieks, Joost Buis, Jasper Blom and …..

Peter van Bergen premiere of F.14.1. Exploring the Space

In this piece there will be interaction with the audience through a webapp for smartphones.

The public will be asked to log on to the iomnet network (no password required) before the concert or during the intermission and then go to the web address http://aim.local/

They will receive messages during the piece and the opportunity to participate.

F.14.1. Exploring the Space

F.14.1. Exploring the Space is and interdisciplinary work of 15 minutes for big band with 25 musicians, one singer, one tap dancer, 16 artificial improvisers, interactive projections, audience participation by means of a web app,

The works links instability in composition, improvisation and image, and is study one of three studies that should lead to the realization of iCOT – interactive Cathedral of Thorns on Curacao in 2015.

F.14.1 Exploring the Space was made in the context of the IOM AIM research of Peter van Bergen (PhD candidate Conservatory of Brussels / Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Johan van Kreij (software programmer).

It is written for the David Kweksilber Big Band and made possible by means of a scholarship from the FPK – Fonds Podium Kunsten

Concept/composition Peter van Bergen
Software programming Johan van Kreij
Software programmering app J. Trützschler-Teatracks
Image app Gabriele Hultsch
Software programming visuals Nikolaj Kynde
Executive producer Dario Giustarini
Production LOOS Foundation/Studio LOOS
“Cathedral of Thorns” Herman van Bergen, Curacao
Text “The Indjan poem” Hans Vaders, Curacao

Links
www.facebook.com/Iom-Aim-research
www.studioloos.com
www.cathedralofthorns.com