audiovisual

Ethernet Orchestra duo performance at the People’s Republic of Australasia, Sydney, October 2015.
Featuring Bukhchuluun Ganburged (AU) morin khuur, throat singing, Chris Vine (BR) guitar and electronics.

 


Full ensemble performance at the People’s Republic of Australasia, Sydney, October 2015.

Featuring Chris Vine (Londrina, Brazil), Yavuz Uydu, Bukhchuluun Ganburged, Roger Mills and  Shaun Prenmath (Sydney, Australia).

 

intercultural tele-improvisation study III (excerpt)

 

intercultural tele-improvisation study IV (excerpt)

Ocean Between Sound – Live at Upstage Festival of Cyberformance 2012

Oceans Between Sound was a series of two audiovisual networked music performances for the UpStage Festival of Cyberformance, 2012 featuring Ethernet Orchestra and networked visual artists Graziano Milano and Michael Szpakowski (UK) mixing visual collages to the ensembles improvisations. Exploring areas of intercultural tele-improvisation between world cultures, the narrative of the work considers the ebb and flow of network data as a metaphor for the world oceans separating the members of the ensemble and their dispersed lives. The performances also provided source material for the album, which can be heard throughout.

Oceans Between Sound I

Networked VJ
Michael Szpakowski – London

Ethernet Orchestra
Sydney
Bukhu Ganburged – morin khuur (horse fiddle and throat singing) roger Mills (Processed trumpet) and Aref Toloei (tar)

Germany
Martin Slawig (percussion and electronics)

United Kingdom
Hervé Perez (soprano sax, percussion and electronics)

Oceans Between Sound II

Networked VJ
Graziano Milano – London

Ethernet Orchestra
Sydney

Bukhu Ganburged – morin khuur (horse fiddle and throat singing), Roger Mills (processed trumpet), Aref Toloei (tar).

Germany
Martin Slawig (percussion and electronics)
Elke Utermöhlen (voice & electronics)

Brasil
Chris Vine (Brasil)

United Kingdom
Hervé Perez (soprano sax, percussion, and electronics)

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