I am a sound artist and performer currently focussing on gamelan, feedback, and light. As Ardisson I have recorded experimental dance music, acid, and soundscapes since 1999 – including several 12″s on Seed Records. I love experimenting with new ways to make sound, and have recently worked on augmented instruments and software development, including projects aimed at removing disabling barriers to music.
|New short sonic arts course – starts at City Lit October 30th|
Forthcoming performances/talks (for booking enquiries please use this form):
|Hackoustic, London Hackspace, London||29/10/15|
|Demonstration and informal talk about Augmented Gamelan instruments and recent compositions.
|Gamelan Composers Forum event at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London||24/10/15|
|Brief Transparencies: a new piece for small gamelan ensemble, electronically augmented instruments, light, and feedback processes. Based on ideas explored in this initial improvisation:
|Moving with the Chimes at The Royal Festival Hall , London||06/09/15 3:30-4:30pm|
|Panel discussion about new music for gamelan, chaired by Gillian Moore and featuring Aris Daryono and Rolf Hind. I will talk a little bit about Pipilan, a new piece of software for composing with gamelan and electronics.
|Gamelan Late and Live (David Byrne’s Meltdown) at The Royal Festival Hall Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre, London||21/08/15 10pm-1am|
|Short Augmented Gamelan set as part of a larger performance with Southbank Gamelan PlayersLive performance including stretched out rendition of ceremonial pieces.|