Satoshi Morita is the sound guy… completely… he explores the possibilities of our perception through sound and body…
Sound capsule by Satoshi Morita (c)
A small reminder for very interesting thing I saw on Touch me Festival. Interactive sound installation ‘From dust till dawn’ by Dietmar Offenhuber and Markus Decker was presented long time ago at Ars Electronica (2006).
‘From dust till dawn’, photo by Transform Magazine (c)
‘Oxygen (from the Greek roots oxys – acid, literally “sharp”, from the taste of acids) and -genes (producer, literally begetter) is the element with atomic number 8 and represented by the symbol O.’
You know, I’m not attached a lot to cell phones (I have it because of the people I like, not for myself… most of the time I leave it at the bottom of my bag or a pocket…)… but my computers… my computers are certainly a sort of my friends… sure, they both have names (as many people do it) … Emily and Corto… Emily is Asus Eee, and Corto is Fujitsu Siemens.
(No. I’m not a Mac user anymore. Sorry! I used to be at the beginning of the century, but I needed for my work PC. Yeah, I know… I’ve betrayed all open minded middle_wanna_be_high_class_population or digital bourgeoisie. Just kiddin’… OK?! )
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