By Josh, 2017年 3月 9日
This looks interesting: the Berlin- and Munich-based music technology project dadamachines will make an appearance in Beijing for a two-day workshop and performance event at the Goethe-Institut’s flagship 798 space on May 13-14: “The aim of dadamachines is to enable novices and experts, musicians and non-musicians of all ages to explore novel ways of creating and making music. In order to do so, we invented toolkits that can turn everyday objects into musical devices. These are very simple to control and can be extended however you like.”
The organizers are currently looking for a few artists to get acquainted with the machines — which have already arrived in Beijing and currently live at The Product Republic — in advance, in order to lead the May performance. You can get a hands-on introduction to the dadamachines this Sunday, March 12 at fRUITYSPACE, where the event organizers will give a brief introduction and demonstration of how they work.
Download a pdf presentation project, including info on how to participate, by clicking this image: