Online via Zoom. Registration for the presentation is free of charge. Please register via the following link.
On Wednesday, 7 September, at 18:00, you’re welcome to participate in a digital presentation of ShareMusic’s project Remote Performance.
This is a unique opportunity to get an insight into the start-up of an innovative, technology-intensive project about digital co-creation of music. Follow the work from the beginning through a digital introduction to what the project conveys, who it is for, and not the least what it can lead to!
At the project presentation, Nigel Osborne, Chief Technology Officer at X-System Ltd, and a representative from Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University will be participating. They will give a description of the background, put the project into its context, and explain the technology that is part of the project and what makes the work possible.
Remote Performance is an innovative project that will be conducted during the autumn of 2022 with the aim to create and explore a digital environment where people, regardless their ability, can be creative together from a distance and, also, perform for an audience. Using sensors, avatars and biological modulation of music data, conditions are created for the participants to communicate a state of consciousness, mind, and body. Through that, they will achieve a maximum sense of reality and a personally communicative “here and now.”
The uniqueness of Remote Performance is that it is formed with inclusion and accessibility in focus and that users will be able to participate from home with their own equipment, without any demands on high-tech specialty hardware.
Remote Performance is part of a specialized initiative where Region Skåne and IAC wish to contribute to increased conditions for artistic creation through technical solutions, digital tools, and artistic method development.
Artistic lab at Norrlandsoperan 2021 with musician Peter Larsson. Photo: ShareMusic & Performing Arts.