Review of Empac concert – “Akousma,” EMPAC Studio 2, 10/7/11 – Barton McLean

Jan. 31, 2013 by

  from “Barton McLean, Reviewer, Computer Music Journal.” Réseaux des arts médiatiques presents “Akousma,” EMPAC Studio 2, 10/7/11 Since its inception in 1991,  Réseaux has dedicated itself to presenting and

Review – Data/Fields – Metro Weekly – Doug Rule

Oct. 29, 2011 by

(Photo by Todd Franson) An early love of synth-pop helped Richard Chartier find his passion in the field of sound art by Doug Rule
Published on October 13, 2011, 3:00am ”In

Review – Data/Fields – Patch – Anna M. Schier

Oct. 29, 2011 by

Data/Fields’ Brings Interactive New Media to Artisphere Installation shows data in an unconventional way, invites audience participation. by Anna M. Shier, September 30.201 Most people associate data with spreadsheets and

Review – Data/Fields – Continent- Isaac Linder

Oct. 29, 2011 by

Those readers on the part of a continent that involves something called “Arlington, Virginia” should be interested to hear about an exhibition of new-media installation and soundworks that opened last

Review – Data/Fields – Arlington Mercury – Steve Thurston

Oct. 29, 2011 by

Data/Fields: What You See Is What You Hear by Steve Thurston September 30, 2011 DATA/FIELDS, New Media Installation Works, runs from Sept. 22 through Nov. 27 in the Artisphere’s Terrace

Review – Data/Fields – Washington Post – Michael O’Sullivan

Oct. 7, 2011 by

Mark Fell’s “Tone Pattern Transactuality”; photo by Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post Artisphere show delivers an eyeful and an earful By Michael O’Sullivan
Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 When I showed up at

review – Mutek 2008 – Nocturne 2 by TJ Norris

Aug. 23, 2010 by


« Back in the Hub of the Universe Random Shots From The Hip » Mutek Musing Montreal Thursday I caught A/Visions II with The Fun Years, Jaki Liebezeit & Burnt

review – immersound at The Others August 6.2010 by Baz Nichols – WHITE_LINE / FOURM

Aug. 8, 2010 by

Immersound at The Others, London August 6th by fourm on August 8, 2010 Nestled amongst the hurly burly of the hinterlands of Hackney and Stamford Hill is the alternative arts/music space

Review of Mutek 2007 Nocturne 3 by TJ Norris, Igloomag

Jul. 11, 2007 by

In the larger room were mostly the dance music, in the smaller space more experimental and quieter or quirky offerings.

review of Mutek 2004 concert by Exclaim!

Jul. 1, 2004 by

Despite the estrogenic shock, watching a duo deep in concentration at their consoles wasn’t thrilling on a visual level, but their audio was refreshingly unhinged.