Go Karamazov is a wearable and wireless interface for sound and light.
The live audio is programmed in Pure Data and is adressing issues of electromagnetic propagation
Light has been integrated into the design adding a visual element of light and shadows.
Go Karamazovis is an interface for live interactive performance
a wearable controller with sensors as inputs, reacting to movements of the performing body
The sonic output from the controller is composed in relation to the movements of the performer.
Go Karamazov was first developed during an Artist in Residence at the Norwegian Theatre
Academy in Fredrikstad, Nordic Resort. This 2 month residency was organised
by Nordscen and the Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen, Denmark
December 2006 January 2007
The second prototype was developed as part of a commission for the New Composers Series,
organized by Diapason Sound Art Gallery, Electronic Music Foundation, White Box Gallery in New York
and Performa07 Biennale, with support from New York State Music Fund/ Rockerfeller Foundation.
The first performance was made during the PERFORMA07 biennale, as one of the highlights.
Live Interfaces: Performance, Art, Music 2012
at Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Research in Music, ICSRiM
School of Music, University of Leeds, UK
download paper here >> GO paper Live Interfaces 2012
NIME - New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2008
download paper here >> GO paper NIME 2008
Linux Audio Conference 2008
KHM Cologne, Germany
download paper here >> GO paper LAC 2008
Pure Data Convention 2007
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
download paper here >> GO paper PD Convention 2007