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Enactment is an audiovisual work of interactive relations between sound and visual generation. This relations occur between the intensity, frequency and timing of events produced during a live performance. A software composed of sound generators and signal input analysis are used to create visual waves that raise to collide and emerge during a live audiovisual performance. The concept of enactment take as a reference “Cognitive Enactment” by Chris Salter as a process in which humans can learn from meaningful interactions with objects that imply an ecological approach on interaction in between user, interface and environment.
Juan C. Duarte Regino is a media artist, since 2011 based in Finland. Born in Mexico City, with background education in Audiovisual Media and Cultural Studies. Also holds a degree of Master of Arts from the Media Lab Helsinki since 2015 - Aalto University. Currently, his work is focused on interactive and generative art using digital and analog platforms that pro- duce engagement through art and technology artifacts. Juan’s works have been hosted by CTM Festival 2015 (Berlin), Spiral Gallery (Tokyo), AAVE Festival (Helsinki), Bonniers Kons- thall (Stockholm), Roda Sten Konsthall (Göteborg), Rundum Showcase (Tal- linn), ICLI 2014 (Lis- bon), Ljudmila (Ljubljana), Radio and TV Museum (Lahti), and Mänttä Art Festival (Finland).
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Dj set
Eb artist x visual person x human being x future cyborg.

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Dj set & Crowd involving performance
Joaquín is a New Media Design and Production student in MediaLab. A combination of disciplines and deep experiences come from a single an unique ability to create. His music is created in real time applying techniques of controlled sequencing and live looping.

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Minimalistic vocal music in canon style, including semi-improvised melodic patterns and synthesis techniques

Sound Artist, Sound Designer, Musician.

“I design sounds for film, animation and radio. I have experience in voice acting for games and in Foley recordings both practically and theoretically. I compose music for wide range of projects. I also play piano and sing. I have BA degree from Design of Audio Arts department in Yildiz Technical University, Turkey. Currently I am a first-year student in Sound in New Media MA in Aalto University, where my main interest is in sound as an art form and sound aesthetics”.

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Petteri Mäkiniemi plays Ginette, an analog synthesizer based on the early electronic instrument Ondes Martenot. In his music, he builds slowly changing harmonic and timbral loops.

Petteri Mäkiniemi is a second year Sound in New Media student with background in electronics engineering. His main instrument is guitar, but he also plays his electronic DIY-instrument Ginette. He is a fanatic music lover.

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A sound / music performance based on self-built instruments

Marloes van Son builds systems in search for a fragile equilibrium between natural/scientific phenomena and technology. The electromechanical systems that she builds, work together with a phenomenon in such a way that the result is a synergy of the two. Every work starts with an in-depth investigation, since before a phenomenon can be manipulated or composed with, one needs to understand its workings. Prototypes are an essential aspect of Marloes’ practice. Many of her works start from a visual component, but sound is always an integral part of the eventual experience / piece. 
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"NOISA Étude 2" is a second set of performance instructions created to showcase compelling, evolving and complex soundscapes only possible when operating the NOISA instruments, integrating the system’s autonomous responses as part of a musical piece. The multi-layered sound interaction design is based on radical transformations of acoustic instruments performing works from the classical music repertoire. This second "étude" is based entirely on interaction with spectrum-complementary Phase Vocoders. The system is fed with variations of a fixed musical motif, encouraging the system to recognise elements of the motive and create its own set of different versions emulating a human musical compositional process. Also, the Myo Armband is used in a creative way as an independent element for dynamic control, using raw data extracted from the muscles’ tension. This piece is accompanied by a performance score with detailed instructions regarding the performer actions, pauses for system reaction, and different course routes depending on the system’s response.

Juan Carlos Vasquez is an awarded Helsinki-based composer, sound artist and researcher at the Media Lab Helsinki, Aalto University. Vasquez participates constantly as a sonic artist, composer and/or performer in events within Europe, Asia, America and Australia/Oceania. In 2014 his critically acclaimed series of electroacoustic pieces inspired on classical composers, "Collages", was released by American label Important Records / Cassauna, selling out shortly afterwards. His artworks have been premiered in 23 countries on 4 continents.

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SQ/Sound Quartet

SQ (aka Sound Quartet) imaginary soundscapes, electronic experimentalism, composed impro art of electrified sounds and images. It’s an ever changing gathering of electronic/acoustic musicians and visual artists in a joint search for new artistic crossroads. The Sound Quartet perform in concerts with acoustic instruments, laptop, wii-controller, motioncontrol, neuroheadset, 3D navigator, gadgets, video and vj-ing. The music are performed in many combinations and is often created as open collaborations between visual artists and musicians. A main part of the work for the ensemble is projects with various musicians that is associated to the quartet: Thomas Bjelkeborn (SE) Philippe Moenne-Loccoz (FR) and Paul Pignon (SE/UK). Also very important is the cooperation with Viktor Zeidner from the visual team Deadpixel.

On DASH‘16 SQ will be performing with Jukka Kääriäinen, a finnish musician working in the field of experimental and free improvised music. Jukka’s instruments vary between plain acoustic and prepared guitar to back bag of pedals, live-electronics and bowed electric guitar.

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KET is one of the world’s oldest spoken languages. Through a song about life in Siberia sung on KET, we intend create a new musical language in the form of an audiovisual work. Our current artistic work is at the forefront of contemporary artistic-technical development and this project is conceived as a meeting between the oldest and the hypermodern. KET is Thomas Bjelkeborn (Sweden) and Koray Tahiroğlu (Finland) and our research and artistic work is part of activities at EMS in Stockholm and at SOPI, Department of Media, Aalto University School of ARTS, Finland.

Thomas Bjelkeborn is a composer, musician and sound artist. He is one of the initiators of IDKA, PUSH Festival Gävle and Club Lamour Fylkingen Stockholm. He often collaborates with international institutions and internationally active composer / musician at residences in UK, Spain, France and other countries, and tours frequently in Europe with live electronic ensemble SQ / Sound Quartet.

Koray Tahiroğlu is a musician, postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Department of Media, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. He practices art as a researcher focusing on embodied approaches to sonic interaction in participative music experience, as well as a performer of live electronic music. Since 2004, he has been also teaching workshops and courses introducing artistic strategies and methodologies for creating computational art works. Tahiroğlu has performed experimental music in collaboration as well as in solo performances in Europe and North America.