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One of the very first times I held the instrument, my fingers spontaneously started playing this traditional song from Åland. It's a sailor song about leaving your loved one on shore. I imagine a group of sailors singing this in 1909, when it was first...

How can we make art using contemporary technology (be it new media art, digital musical instruments or any process really that involves rare minerals and lots of energy) without actively damaging the environment?

For several years I have been dreaming of alternatives to 12edo (edo = Equal Division of the Octave) temperaments that would allow for more harmonic expressivity as well as simply more in tune chords, as I've found the thirds on 12edo keyboard instruments to be really quite harsh, especially when us...

For a rethread.art project we wanted to make a sculpture out of a dataset consisting of javascript function calls being executed in the browser when searching the web. Of course my first thought was "that shouldn't be too hard". By documenting the process here, I hope that next time maybe it won't be.

transmediale is one of the major festivals for digital art and culture. It takes place in Berlin every year and consists of an exhibition, a student forum, a film day and two symposium days. This year, transmediale focuses on networks, and not only the Internet, but both pre-Internet ideas and contemporary or speculative alternatives to the Internet as we know it.

Humble thoughts on touch and care in digital processes.

2019 was the year I finished my Master's degree (in Art and Technology, University of Limerick) and to my great surprise I landed an actual job where I get to do art and explore digital systems. I list a few highlights below and end it with an intention for decade to come in the shape of one of my f...

Brytpunkt is an audiovisual fixed media work commissioned by KAC i Rosa Huset. Using purely synthesised computer-generated sounds and visuals it explores the superimposition and sepration of different layers of reality. Point clouds shaped by a Lorenz system, depth of field simulations and images...

Do you feel trapped by the oppressive limitations of the 12-note chromatic scale? Do the thirds and fifths on your piano make you itch (let's not even talk about the sevenths)? Have you tried every chord on the piano and not found one you like? Then read on!