Eduardo R. Miranda is a composer working at the crossroads of music and science. He is most notable in the United Kingdom for his scientific research into computer music, particularly in the field of human-machine interfaces where brain waves will replace keyboards and voice commands to permit the disabled to express themselves musically. He has composed music for symphonic orchestras, chamber groups, solo instruments – with and without live electronics – and electroacoustic music – and also for theatre and contemporary dance.
While attending grad school at NYU, I also took piano classes. I loved learning Baroque pieces from JS Bach, Henry Purcell, and Domenico Scarlatti. When the pieces were originally composed, the piano didn’t exist yet, and they were primarily written for a harpsichord which doesn’t allow for much tonality There is something very fascinating to […]
Špela Petrič and Miha Turšič have been working together for several years and have a background in natural sciences, new media, bio art, product design, space culturalisation and postgravity art. We merged our efforts in the development of new artistic methodologies as a response to new conditions, knowledge and technology; to research the subjective, context dependent value of scientific knowledge; the development of artistic entities; to study the human condition in relation to the non-human; and to research art and humanities in outer space.
In this exclusive interview they discuss their work and their current FEAT ‘becoming.a(thing)’ collaborative project .