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Matsam0t at Whitebox Art Center


Matsamöt from 2SLEEP1 is screening at CLICK CLICK CLICK / Closing of Coded After Lovelace at Whitebox Art Center in New York, 2 September. Also features works from Lillian Schwartz, Geraldine Juárez, Olia Lialina, Rosa Menkman and many more.

> 2SLEEP1

Yet Sound Machine – The Book

Yeti Sound Machine was a performance for kids that me and Raquel Meyers did in Paris earlier this year. This is the book with some of the PETSCII graphics from the show. Get it at Lulu.

> Also check out her teletext book, Thread of Fate

Faxxx back from the dead

Following the success of previous fax performances Fax & frankering for folket at Demoteket and Memoblast at Transmediale, Faxxx Back From the Dead is now live at Click Festival in Denmark. This time we take a step back, so all the content is created by You. So get your fax on at 0045 73738010. Do it now! Before it's too late!

> More info
> The fax book.

FULL SCREEN video

http://vimeo.com/89313844

Watch a walk-through of the FULL SCREEN exhibition. You even get to hear a snippet of my music!

Datastorm Releases

Datastorm is a demoparty. That means that you go there, make some stuff, throw competitions, and see who wins. There is no money involved. And no CVs. No big prizes. No academic explanations, and no PR. It's like an oasis of freedom. Although there’s too many middle-aged men with bad taste, it’s an incredible thing.

For this year's Datastorm, me and my Hack n' Trade group members didn't have much prepared. But we managed to get a demo together in just two days, and I finished a ballad (!) for the competition too.

http://youtu.be/7Mb5Of5Fmss

Fist of Trade is a sort of spooky typewriter-style animation that only uses PETSCII text characters. I made the music, Acid T*rroreast animated and Mathman programmed the codez. Features amazing four-directional PETSCII scrolls, stone faces and gabber fists from hell. I think the video is made with an emulator, because the sounds are a bit off.

The Great Ballad of the Storm That Never Ends is a futurist ballad from the past. Probably the most calm compo tune I've done since that Ajvar Relish dub from 2001. Big thanks to 8GB for some excellent progamming help.

Also the hot crew Afrika used my music for their demos Wasting Data (elite glitch) and Kebab Pjuck II (shoe fetish). The songs are not played correctly so they sound very good.

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