[Noisebridge-discuss] My contrib to Noisebridge BetaRiser: movement/sound/EEG piece
me at justinmorrison.net
Thu Mar 14 19:33:13 UTC 2013
Ah, yes. Excellent. Your arrangement sounds just perfect James, more
central and integrated than being stuck in a conference room.
8pm is a good time. It may not be necessary to tech at 5pm but I do
appreciate the offer. I'm not especially clear yet on the EEG portion of
our gig, so I may reserve the option for tech as the date draws nearer.
I think it'd be fun if other players, noisemakers, sound makers, want to
join in making a piece. More of a "happening" vibe. So feel free to mention
that if you like.
On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 11:46 AM, James Sundquist
<sundquistjames at gmail.com>wrote:
> Wow, that map is crazy out of date. Linked is a quick and dirty photoshop
> of how Noisebridge should look (
> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/420902/Noisebridge.png). The empty space on the
> left is the hackitorium (where we ran into each other and talked by the
> windows). The idea in the pic is those tables are pushed to the sides
> (conveniently blocking the member shelves) and the sewing table is moved to
> block entrance to the member shelves. There is a dropdown screen and
> projector right there for easy use. Not totally clear on where people will
> have their demo tables (zines, electronics hacking, etc.), but that should
> be a nice amount of room for you.
> Demonstrations will start at 6pm. Haven't decided when music would start,
> but a good time for you guys to dance could be 8pm. Music would follow at
> about 8:30. Sound good?
> This serves the added major bonus of leaving the rest of the space
> available for regular use. Logistically, we'll still just be located
> within our bubble in order to minimize setup/teardown, etc. If you would
> like to tech your piece, we can do that around 5pm for 15min. Let me know
> if you would be available to stop by Noisebridge by 5pm to tech.
> On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 10:44 AM, Justin Morrison <me at justinmorrison.net>wrote:
>> Hey there. Thanks for checking in.
>> I'm familiar with this Map:
>> Which space is the hackitorium?
>> As I indicated, we'll need a small somewhat clear space, that's all. Will
>> bring a small amp for Alfredo (guitar) and his pedals. Setup: 10 minutes.
>> Tear down: 5 minutes.
>> No plans for projection, unless it's convenient.
>> We'll be improvising, as we do professionally (likely you can tell that
>> from everyone's bio)
>> Till soon,
>> Justin Morrison
>> On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 9:25 AM, James Sundquist <
>> sundquistjames at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Justin,
>>> Wondering about the logistics of your dance performance: What'll be
>>> specifically happening in terms dancing/music/and projected visuals? How
>>> long do you see setup and teardown taking? How do you feel about dancing
>>> in the hackitorium space?
>>> On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 5:11 PM, Justin Morrison <me at justinmorrison.net>wrote:
>>>> Threads are a mess so adding my piece:
>>>> It'd be great to have Church for 20 minutes sometime during the event.
>>>> We'll be working with movement, sound, EEG, imagination.
>>>> movement: Justin Morrison (SF), Christine Bonansea (SF/France), Katie
>>>> Duck (Amsterdam)
>>>> sound: Alfredo Genovesi (UK/Amsterdam)
>>>> We're bringing a small amp, laptop and EEG hardware. Access to
>>>> projector a bonus but not necessary. Your undivided attention welcome but
>>>> completely unnecessary.
>>>> Let me know if Church is an option, or any mostly clear area >= 10ft^2.
>>>> Sounds like a great event. Thanks to James for reluctantly taking point.
>>>> Justin Morrison
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