i build machines. then i step back and watch and listen to what unfolds.
Stanford Dust is a concert piece entirely based on recordings taken during a residency at The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University in Spring 2013. The source material has been treated in various ways including filtering, layering and granular synthesis to create a large pool of complex evolving textures. These will be further processed, mixed and diffused during the concert to form a one hour long stream of slowly changing sonic particles. Stanford Dust will be presented on May 23 and May 24 at Stanford's Bing Concert Hall Studio.
Granulator II - MaxForLive synthesizer.
Artist in Residence in Stanford: 'The Stanford University Department of Music is pleased to host Berlin based artist Robert Henke during the spring 2013 term as the second Mohr Visiting Artist.' Residency includes teaching a regular class ("Sound, Structure and Machines") and the preparation of a concert.
|May 23||USA||Palo Alto||Stanford Dust||Bing Studio [link]|
|May 24||USA||Palo Alto||Stanford Dust||Bing Studio [link]|
|June 08||USA||San Francisco||Monolake||Obscura Digital [link]|
|July 13||Bulgaria||Balkan Mountains||Monolake||Artmospheric Festival|
|July 19||China||Beijing||Monolake w/ Tarik Barri||(tbc)|
|Aug. 05||Germany||Berlin||Monolake w/ Tarik Barri||Krake Festival|
|Oct. 18||Poland||Krakow||Lumière||Unsound Festival|
|Jun 04||USA||Mountain View||SETI Institute [link]|
|Sept 10||Norway||Oslo||Ultima Music Festival|