[microsound-announce] AUSREIHE presents: Electronic Music Concert at NK Berlin, Germany 23.05.2009

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AUSREIHE presents: Electronic Music Concert

Yutaka Makino / Daisuke Ishida / Rashad Becker

Date:	23rd May, 2009
Time:	21:00 open / 22:00 start
Venue:	NK
		Elsenstraße 52, Neukölln 12059 Berlin, Germany
		10 mins walk down Elsenstr from Treptower S-bahn or Buses 167, 104  
stop Wildenbruch/ Harzer str.
		10 mins walk from Rathaus Neukölln U7 or Bus 167 Wildenbruch/ Harzer  
		U8 Hermannplatz Bus 171 to Elsenstr./ Harzer.

Yutaka Makino
Yutaka Makino is an artist and researcher currently based in Los  
Angeles. He seeks to amalgamate the historic precedents of computer  
music and science, involving research in spatial perception, complex  
dynamical systems and emergence. His works range from sculpture to  
sound works including performance, computer music composition and  
spatial sound installation. He has been working on spatial  
compositions for Wave Field Synthesis. His recent commission work,  
Amorphous for Wave Field Synthesis, was premiered at the International  
Gaudeamus Music Week 2008 with the Foundation Game of Life’s 192.8ch  
Wave Field Synthesis System.
His works have been recognized/performed at numerous festivals and  
competitions internationally, including the Bourges International  
Competitions of Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art (France),  
MusikTriennale Köln (Germany), the International Gaudeamus Music Week  
(The Netherlands), The Night of the Unexpected (The Netherlands), STRP  
Festival (The Netherlands) and Seoul International Computer Music  
Festival (South Korea) among others. In 2007, He was awarded the Prix  
Ton Bruynèl for his composition, Cryosphere.
With Takuro Mizuta Lippit of STEIM, he frequently performs as Audile.

Daisuke Ishida
Daisuke Ishida is a Berlin based artist working in the field of Sound- 
Art and NewMedia-Art. He started his artistic activities in 2000.
His works seek to realize synthetic sound space, explore and emphasize  
the contraries "minimum-maximum", "rhythmic-arhythmic", "harmony- 
cacophony", "signal-noise" and "silence-audible moment". He pursues  
aesthetics and consequences of computer music and tries out boundaries  
of contemporary media and technologies.
He participated in the MobLab project: Japanese-German media camp  
2005. The SINE WAVE ORCHESTRA and The SINE WAVE QUARTET was founded by  
him, Ken Furudate, Kazuhiro Jo and Mizuki Noguchi in 2002, which  
received Honorary Mention in Digital Music category of the Prix ARS  
Electronica 2004.
Daisuke Ishida has performed/exhibited/presented his installations /  
concerts / workshops / projects internationally such as  
InterCommunication Center[ICC](Japan), deaf - Dutch Electronic Art  
Festival(The Netherlands), transmediale(Germany), ART + COMMUNICATION  
WAVES - ARSENALS of the Latvian National Museum of Art(Latvia), Sendai  
Mediatheque(Japan), Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media[YCAM](Japan),  
International Triennale of Contemporary Art YOKOHAMA(Japan), Japan Now  
modern performing arts festival(Germany), MART - Museum of Art,  
Rovereto and Trento(Italy), Interferenze new arts festival(Italy),  
ISEA - Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts(USA), steim(The  
Netherlands), La Générale(France).

Rashad Becker
plays systematical music for hypothetical populations


AUSREIHE is an independent organization dedicated to experimental  
electronic/computer music, founded in Berlin, Germany 2009 by Daisuke  

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