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|Title:||The imaginary menagerie|
De Nardi, K.
Pascoe, Derek William
De Nardi, Karen Anne
|Performers included Luke Harrald (interactive electronics & video projections), Derek Pascoe (Saxophone), Lauren Sutter (Commodore 64), Sebastian Tomczak (Laptop / Albeton Live), Stephen Whittington (Piano), Emily Tulloch (violin), Karen De Nardi (viola) and Hillary Kleinig (cello)|
|Abstract:||The Imaginary Menagery was a large scale intermedia work that was commissioned for the opening of the 2008 Adelaide Festival of Arts. Featuring experimental electro-acoustic band Hidden City with additional members from the Zephyr String Quartet , the work combined Artificial Intelligence with free improvisation. Samples and pre-composed score fragments for the string players were triggered across a wireless network of 5 computers in response to the improvisations of saxophonist Derek Pascoe. The projections that freatured on the walls of the hall throughout each set were generated through a combination of data mining and Game Theory using MaxMSP & Jitter. These utilised the same algorithms as the interactive software used in the performance.|
|Where:||Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, 29 February 2008|
|When:||29th February, 2008|
|Keywords:||Improvisation; Game Theory; Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma; String Trio and Electronics; Interactive Computer Music|
|Appears in Collections:||Performances and events publications|
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