Raster-Noton Workshop

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Raster-Noton Workshop

Workshop


The Laboratory of Visual Electrónica works since its second edition together with the Red Bull music Academy to provide public workshops that bring about an approachment between audience and artist, allowing the creators to share with the public their motivations and feelings, tools and working methods and encouraging in a relaxed environment a fluid dialogue between audience and artist, enabling a better understanding by the public of the various generative processes surrounding audiovisual creation. After hosting the Monolake & Deadbeat workshop in 2008, and also Daedelus and the creators of Resolume software workshops in 2009, the fourth edition of Laboratory of Visual Electronica and the Red Bull Music Academy present “Raster Noton”, a workshop conducted by Carsten Nicolai, Olaf Bender and Frank Bretschneider, founders of probably the most interesting platform of digital creation nowadays.

The workshop will take place during may the 1st Saturday afternoon at LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre, Platform 2. To participate, personal data must be sent to contact@levfestival.com

 

Raster Noton’s Workshop

Raster-Noton. Archiv für ton und nichtton is a leading digital creation platform worldwide. A vast network that covers the border areas of pop, art and science and tries to overlap them. Established in 1999 from the merger of the two labels: Rastermusic and Noton.archiv für ton und nichtton, Raster Noton is now a creative, fundamental hub where music projects, theoretical publications and installations have a place. The common idea behind all releases is the experimental approach: the amalgam of art, sound and design.

Nowadays, Raster Noton´s work includes more than 100 publications, signed by artists with different routes and including names like Alva Noto, William Basinski, Byetone, Ivan Pavlov aka COH, Ryoji Ikeda, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Frank Bretschneider, Mika Vainio

The founders of Raster Noton: Carsten Nicolai, Olaf Bender y Frank Bretschneider will offer in L.E.V 2010 an interesting workshop about the past, present and future of their platform, about their personal approach to sound and image and also their main tools and work methods in approaching each project.


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