Reactive Flows at HCMF

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© Angela Guyton

Reactive Flows at Bates Mill Blending Shed, 21 November 2019 Entrance is free

In a concert exploding with software, five of the world’s leading electronic performers show us what it’s all about. Looking at the spaces around them, the artists involved in the University of Huddersfield’s Fluid Corpus Manipulation project intertwine digital and physical worlds. With a stash of computer processes that manipulate sounds, their music flows together, juggling up techniques and ideas they’ve been sharing for 14 months as a virtual community.

Reactive Flows at Bates Mill Blending Shed, 21 November 2019 Entrance is free

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