7 XII – 16 XII 2012: performance NANODISCO, TAC Eindhoven:

Project of the real time construction of music instrument based on feedback between microbes (living in in local river, lake, pond or other water reservoir) and voice-music performance. USB microscope will generate details of movement inside of view area and those digits will be injected into the electric field, visible on the screen. Music will become the universal language of communication between the species.

7 XII – 16 XII 2012: performance NANODISCO, TAC Eindhoven:

Communication between so different lifeforms like humans and for example amoeba. PureData software, and next transformed into sound. On the stage the music performance artist will connect his human voice with output of the music created by the microbes movement and we can hear the same what can hear the microbes because sound will be transformed into electromagnetic waves and these impulses influencing the microscope observed field will influence also microbes. We let the microbes to feel the same  music not only through the sound as air vibration but we will stimulate the dance of the small life forms by the 

live show play music with plants performance

affective cinema before the performance, detail, nerdlab 2012, installation that will transform the movement of the microorganism into music

 

 

 

 

 

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Michał Brzeziński - transhumanistic, and biosemiotic artist working with fauna flora and micro world, searching for affective language and life origins in matter, using medical media as EEG, GSR, USG interested in transspecies affective communication and sexual interfaces. Combining software and video biology. Creator of Galeria NT (2010). His wide, theory based, artistic and curatorial activity had animated theoretical discourse touching experimental film and video art as independent a-historical and matter-oriented aesthetic area. Curator working with galleries such as the Museum of Art in Łódź, Center for Contemporary Art Łaźnia in Gdańsk.

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