Studio 5, Live
Discover the Interaction Sound Music Movement team’s work on group interaction.
The availability and spread of networked and web-audio technologies has enabled novel musical possibilities from both artistic and scientific point of views. In this context, IRCAM develops since several years, new tools dedicated at exploring group interaction in musical experiences: from shared listening experiences to performances involving public participation using web audio technologies and nomad platforms (e.g. smartphones and tablets).
Studio 5 | Conferences
Presentation of a sound cartography of Europe and a collective work broadcasted simultaneously in three cities
by Carmine-Emanuele Cella and Minh-Tam Nguyen
Presentation of the of the Sound Music Movement Interaction (ISMM) team’s current research on movement and collective interaction
by Frédéric Bevilacqua
Après une courte présentation, le public sera invité à participer à une performance de la pièce
A collection of interactive music pieces that aim to put physical gestures and collective interaction at the centre of musical performances. All the projects are based on web audio tools and mobile technology, using smartphones motion sensors to control sound according to body movements.
After a short presentation, the public will be invited to participate in the performance of the piece
Studio 1 | Demonstrations
Biotope, a fearful dispositive created for the exhibition La fabrique du vivant (February, 2019 at the Centre Pompidou) that inhabits and sonically transforms a space through the interactions of population of musical agents
with Jean-Luc Hervé
Studio 3 | Demonstrations
Poly, a prototype of autonomous, portative and connected music boxes dedicated at exploring technical, artistic and scientific ideas
with Benjamin Matuszewski
Sound Music Movement Interaction Team IRCAM-STMS
Frédéric Bevilacqua, head of the team, Benjamin Matuszewski, developer
IRCAM Computer music designer
Carmine-Emanuele Cella, Jean-Luc Hervé, Michelle Agnes Magalhaes, l'ensemble Soundinitiative (Gwen Rouger, Franco Venturini, Joshua Hyde et Winnie Huang)