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CeC & CaC Home ~ 2006 ~ 2007
Presented by:


India
International
Centre


The Academy of
Electronic Arts

Some Images from the Incident
Still-grabs below from the video-documentary of this incident
that was shot by Tim Calonius, edited by Shankar Barua,
and telecast nationally by Lok Sabha TV, in the summer of 2007


Ansuman Biswas reintroducing the ultimate creative technology device


... and demonstrating some of the programmable functions possible with it


Lawrence Casserley walking the audience through some of his electroacoustic experimentations


... and then taking a whisper for a walk


Kenneth Newby taking up a point between finger and thumb


Sheldon Brown playing mind games with experimental games


Aleksandra Dulic talking of the ancient arts of shadow-play


... and then carrying them into live-animation, in synch with Kenneth's wired violin


Curtis Bahn explaining the software end of his Expanding Sitar


... and then making his hardware do the talking


Ashhar Farooqui ramblin' about the beginnings of the universe


... and then whipping out guitars, vocals and radical grooves with Choden Yolmo and Ranjan Dewan


Arun Mehta talking of the challenge of empowering the challenged


Deepankar Bhattacharyya on appropriateness across the board


Audience settling in before one of the 3 evenings of performance


performance in progress by Lawrence Casserley, Ansuman Biswas, Aparna Panshikar & Curtis Bahn


Milindo Taid tabling issues and opportunities of location and circumstances in India


Galit Eilat doing the same about her own location and circumstances,.... in a very different way


Aparna Panshikar singing for live-processing by Curtis Bahn & Lawrence Casserley


... after earlier opening the entire incident with a pure Hindustani Classical invocation, accompanied by Ansuman


John Labadie drawing focus upon the evolution of creative still-imaging into intermedia


... and later taking on a public presentation and Q&A about it all, along with Margie Labadie


Martin Gotfrit making public love to a fretless 11-string guitar, feeding into Max/Msp, while Kenneth fiddles


... after earlier behaving quite businesslike, or academic


Vibodh Parthasarathi admits to feeling reassured at spotting "some familiar crackpots"


Martin Gotfrit providing an image that we could not leave out of this collection


Margie Labadie playing soft


Margie Labadie playing tough


On hearing ~ Parvez Imam, Curtis Bahn & Choden Yolmo


On being heard ~ Parvez Imam & Aparna Panshikar


Shankar Barua at sound-check, accidentally leaving gain cut on Track 1


... and later performing with his homemade guitar, homemade midi-controller & homemade Pd patch


Rishab Parmar, Kabira and Kamal Chawla, who together ran screenings of the unaccompanied presentations, with Tim Calonius


Hardeep Singh Gill setting out to change the world, with animated commentary


A part of the exhibition that was rained into the auditorium foyer from the Gandhi-King Plaza, for which it sadly also had to be reduced a bit


Another wall of the exhibition, showing Shankar Barua's The IDEA CD-collection, Ganesa 108 v1.1 images collection, and framed version of The Midi Tailender

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Organizers:

The Academy of Electronic Arts is a Public Benefit Trust that serves as a learning, sharing, mentoring, networking, benchmarking, empowering and broadly inclusive, but non-educational, institution. See: http://www.theaea.org/
Event-Director: Shankar Barua

The India International Centre (since 1962) is a forum for the exposition of the cultural patterns prevailing in different parts of the world, by men and women competent to speak on the subjects. The emphasis is neither on the study of particular cultures, nor on the promotion of particular ideologies. The Centre is entirely non-official in character, non-aligned in its motivation and approach, and uncommitted to any particular form of governmental, political, economic or religious affiliation. See: http://www.iicdelhi.nic.in/
Event Co-Director: Lalsawmliani "Teteii" Tochhawng


Co-Curatorial & Advisory:

Lawrence Casserley
Festival Director, Eye Music Trust, London, UK. Formerly Professor-in-Charge of Studies & Advisor for Electroacoustic Music, Royal College of Music, London, UK

Curtis Bahn
Director, iEAR Studios & Assoc. Prof. of Computer Music Composition and Performance, Integrated Electronic Arts Program, iEAR Studios, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA

Martin Gotfrit
Director, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Milindo Taid
Faculty of Communications Design, Maeer MIT's Institute of Design, Pune/India



Support:


Participant Support:

Social Science & Humanities Research Council of Canada
Simon Fraser University
Bandish ~ The School of Music
The Digital Academy at University of North Carolina Pembroke
CRCA, Calit2 and the EGL at University of California San Diego
Cultural Division, Embassy of Israel in India
Maeer MIT's Institute of Design
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Contact:

Shankar Barua
Managing Trustee ~ The AeA
B-5&6/4563 Vasant Kunj
New Delhi - 110 070
INDIA
vox & fax: (91-11) 26899930
shankarbaba[at]vsnl.net
http://www.TheAeA.org/ & http://retiary.org/idea

Lalsawmliani "Teteii" Tochhawng
Program Office - India International Centre
40, Max Mueller Marg
New Delhi ­ 110 003
INDIA
vox: (91-11) 461 9431
ltochhawng[at]gmail.com
www.iicdelhi.nic.in

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associated event ~ August 19, 2006
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