Sunday 16 October 2016, 3pm, OTO Project Space
OTO PROJECT SPACE • 3PM–6PM
For this afternoon workshop, Slovak experimental artist and music instruments creator Jonáš Gruska is going to lead you in the making of a unique device named "Elektrosluch", this time in a new, upgraded version "Elektrosluch Mini City".
Elektrosluch is an open-source device for electromagnetic listening. It allows one to discover sonic worlds of electromagnetic fields that are invisible ever present part of our environment. After the workshop you are going to be able to just plug your headphones in the new miniaturised version of Elektrosluch and explore your surroundings.
All the necessary parts, including battery are provided but there are two things you need to bring:
- soldering iron,
If you don't have a soldering iron and don't have any experience with soldering don't worry. Jonáš is going to show you the basics and we can buy one soldering iron for you (just let us know in advance - either paypal £15 or bring cash on the night of the workshop).
Places are limited to 12 people. Jonáš is going to bring all parts from Slovakia so please send us an e-mail to confirm your interest in advance until 10th of October.
Jonas studied at Institute of Sonology in The Hague, Netherlands and at Music Academy in Cracow, Poland. In 2009 he has started the LOM label focused on Central and Eastern European experimental art and music. Since 2013 he is organizing ZVUK, outdoor festival dedicated to experimental music. As Binmatu he has released an album on the Ukrainian label Kvitnu. He has authored interactive poems and visual performances, and is also a developer of musical instruments, artistic software and hardware. He gave workshops on city sonification, field recording, printed circuit board design, and programming for artists.