Dear friends and colleagues,
Hope to find you well. Here we are with the second mailout October 2011.
This message is designed and sent by hand to each one of you.
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Marco Donnarumma

Forthcoming Performances in Mexico, Norway and UK

Three performances of my interactive music piece for enhanced body "Music for Flesh II" are scheduled at the 7o Simposio Internacional of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, the Piksel Festival in Bergen and CultureLab in Newcastle. See the calendar for further details.

Xth Sense Biophysical Music Workshops: Winter Sessions

In this workshop participants build their own Xth Sense biosensor and learn how to generate interactive music from the muscle sounds of their bodies.
Next workshops have been confirmed for November at the UNAM in Mexico City and the CultureLab in Newcastle, UK and for December at Matadac Festival in Madrid. Booking will open soon, don't hesitate to contact me if you wish to participate to or host a course.

Speaking at the Seoul International Computer Music Festival

I'll be in Seoul from 20 to 24 October to present the Xth Sense and the new model of biophysical music to the Asian academic community. This engagement with the SICMF/KEAMS is endorsed by Creative Scotland.
A related paper "Xth sense: a biophysical framework for the application of muscle sounds to interactive music performance" will be published in the Computer Music Journal Emile Vol. 9 (December, 2011).

Guest editor for eContact 14.3: Biotechnolgical Performance Practice

The CEC's online journal of electroacoustic music extends an open call for contributions to an issue focussing on the use of the body in electroacoustic performance practice. As guest editor for this issue I'm glad to discuss your ideas and contributions, feel free to write me. Further information are available here.
Submission deadline: 31 January 2012. Publication: 29 February 2012.

Interview: The Biological Canvas

VASA Online Gallery recently inaugurated The Biological Canvas, an exhibition of "a group of hand-selected artists who articulate their concepts with the body as the primary vessel." My piece "Music for Flesh II" was selected along with works by Stelarc, Natasha Vita-More among the others. Jace Lumley conducted a related, brief interview with me about technology, body and mediation.

Past Events

LPM Live Performers Meeting X : Director;
Noise=Noise, London : Performance and workshop;
4th Pure Data Convention, DE : Performance, talk and workshop;
ICMC, International Computer Music Conference, UK : Talk;
BEAM Festival, UK : Performance.