STEIM Performance at DMU

In November, STEIM visited MTI from Amsterdam, to give a research seminar, lectures to students and an evening concert. I’ve uploaded videos of the concert, with solo performances by DJ Sniff, Byung Jun Kwon and a group improvisation by DJ Sniff, John Richards, Dushume and myself.

DJ Sniff performed using his Cut n’ Play system, which is a crossfader-triggered sampler created using the CD trigger output of the Rane Empath DJ mixer and Max/MSP. Byung Jun Kwon created a live audio visual work using a pen with a camera on it. Kwon used the camera to pick up the movement of the pen as he draws on a page, or points it at images cut from magazines. Also worth a mention, is John Richards D-I-Y turntable built from a record case, motor, stylus and light sensor.

DJ Sniff

DJ Sniff, John Richards, James Kelly and Dushume

D-I-Y Turntable

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2 Responses to “STEIM Performance at DMU”

  1. iPad DJ and the post-laptop era of DJ’ing continues. BPM 2013 | James Kelly's blog Says:

    […] comes from my work in Pure Phase, influenced by controllerists such as Moldover, Tim Exile and DJ Sniff. One thing that these artists have in common is that they have all developed performance […]

  2. From the Archive: Experimental Turntablism | James Kelly's blog Says:

    […] mixers delay reminds me of DJ Sniff who I later met and collaborated with at Steim in Holland and De Montfort University in Leicester. While Sniff’s use of granular delay allows for more complexity, there is a similar […]

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