A.P.P.I.A. Lab: Audio Presence Performance Immersive Art Lab

This three-day lab explores sound aesthetics and mental body awareness within a motion-tracking environment. Participants are invited to explore specific sounds for specific movements. How does the sound feel like in your body? How can movement change the texture of sound in order to make it more suitable to what we want to communicate toward an audience?


The A.P.P.I.A lab is divided into two components. The workshop is closed to 6 pre-registered participants (see RSVP info below), who will explore the A.P.P.I.A. environment in-depth, under the guidance of the workshop leaders. Registered participants are asked come with their own computer running Ableton MAX for Live, up to version 8.

The lunchtime Gaga-based session is open to the general public, who are invited to join Johanna Roggan in a series of exploratory and interpretative movements and sequences.

10am – 12:30pm: A.P.P.I.A. team works alone (not mentioned on website)
12:30pm – 2pm: Gaga based session open to external participants
2pm – 5pm: Workshop

Please register in advance with MUTEK at: workshop@mutek.org


MUTEK 2012 A.P.P.I.A. Lab: FSK1138 LIVE PERFORMANCE - A SMALL EXCEPT FROM DAY 1 setting up sound fields

MUTEK 2012 A.P.P.I.A. Lab: Audio Presence Performance Immersive Art Lab Johanna Roggan - DAY 2 MUTEK 2012 after fine tuning the jedi light saber sound to movement dancer :Johanna Roggan.

MUTEK 2012 Day3 A.P.P.I.A. Lab: Johanna Roggan's ambient machine - mutek13 may30 DAY 3 A.P.P.I.A. Lab: Audio Presence Performance Immersive Art Lab
Johanna Roggan's ambient machine a 3 zone sonic structure comprised of 2 synths and 1 granulation zone

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