All posts tagged Ryoji Ikeda

Crucial Listening #30: Kate Carr

Damaged format, barcode translations, exploring the Fens. The London-based sound artist talks about three important albums.

Review: Mika Vainio + Ryoji Ikeda + Alva Noto – Live 2002

Intention and restraint via computerised proxy, captured at The Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art back in September 2002.

Feature: ATTN in 2015

Thinking back over a year of critical authority, immersive practices and reviews by the sea.

Live: Ryoji Ikeda – Supersymmetry @ Brewer Street Car Park in London, 25/04/2015

Immersive lightsound and mathematical pattern, inspired by Ikeda’s recent CERN residency.

Review: Ryoji Ikeda – Supercodex

Ikeda completes his Raster Noton trilogy with another exploration of the potentials between “sound and data” and “data and sound”.

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