Sines - a brain wave and sound art hackathon
Sines is a two full-day brain wave and sound art hackathon on the 18/19th March 2017 in Central West London curated by AXNS and in collaboration with Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris from Imperial College London and Music Hackspace. If you want to be part of this exciting project, please tell us something about yourself.
Select your main area of expertise
Composing Sound Art/Music - Electronic
Composing Sound Art/Music - Analogue
Creating Visualization of Sound/Music (e.g., digital or dance)
Editing Sound Art/Music
How would you rate your experience working with sine wave data?
I have no experience
I have considerable experience
Please describe your experience working with sine wave data. We will factor this in to how we curate the groups, so it is important you're clear about what you can and can't achieve yourself.
Please list any relevant softwares and programming languages you are confident using! (You will be producing a finished piece of art in 2 days so please only include software you can use efficiently)
Please list the equipment you use and whether you are able to provide this! (e.g., laptop for neuroscientists/programmers, synthesizer for sound artists etc.)
Have you attended any kind of data hack before?
I have never attended a hack
I have attended one or two
I have attended many
What excites you about this hack?
Can you attend the full hackathon on 18/19th March in Central West London for two full days (9am - 9 pm)?
Are you happy with presenting the final work of your team in form of a concert-like performance on the evening of the 19th March?
Is there anything you would like to add? If you have a website with some of your work, please provide a link here.
How did you hear about this event?
AXNS Collective Website
AXNS Collective Facebook Page
From a friend/colleague
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