Thursday 28 February STEIM presents artist talks by resident artists Marco Donnarumma and Andi Otto.
Entry is free.
Talks begin at 14:00 and will end at 17:00.
14:00 – Marco Donnarumma
15:15 – Break
15:45 – Andi Otto
Location: STEIM Concert Space, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134 Amsterdam
New media and sonic artist, performer and teacher, Marco Donnarumma was born in Italy and is based in London. Weaving a thread around biomedia research, musical and theatrical performance, participatory practices and subversive coding, Marco looks at the collision of critical creativity with humanized technologies. His biophysical system Xth Sense won the first prize in the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition and was named the 2012 “world’s most innovative new musical instrument” by the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, US. Recently, he curated the publication Biotechnological Performance Practice (eContact!, 14.2).
Andi Otto (aka. Springintgut) is a cellist, drummer and composer of electronic music. Liveness within electronic / digital sound is central to his work. Over the past years a central project of his has been the STEIM-supported development of a combination of amplified cello, software and sensor electronics called “Fello”. Besides various music projects such as silent film live-scoring, solo concerts, commissioned compositions, Club DJing and interactive sound installations, Andi also researches and teach about sound and new technologies. He is currently doing extensive research into the historical archives of STEIM.