Sounding Lifeworld

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formPerformanceSolo art productionpeer-review

Abstract

Since 2020, Berke Can Özcan and Koray Tahiroğlu have shared ideas and knowledge in what has become the first joint-project with a whole new range of musical possibilities. The result, in which Özcan and Tahiroğlu created a composition using percussive drum loop modulations and an artificial intelligence (AI) model, has been explored in studio sessions in Istanbul, March 2022. Studio sessions turned into a continuous state of playing, revealing a variety of musical demands other than the ones they had been exposed to in their music practices. These sessions provided a state of transformation to a new sounding lifeworld with non-rigid but identifiable musical events followed by ever shifting new sounds in a multidimensional latent space. *Sounding Lifeworld* challenges AI-powered musical instruments’ potential in discovering a music performance that transcends musical expectations but still provides delicate relationships of symbiosis between human and non-human actors.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLinz, Austria
PublisherArs Electronica Festival
Publication statusPublished - 7 Sept 2022
MoE publication typeF1 Published independent work of art or performance
EventArs Electronica Festival - Linz, Austria
Duration: 7 Sept 202211 Sept 2022
https://ars.electronica.art/news/en/

Keywords

  • AI-terity
  • AI and music
  • Ars Electronica
  • music
  • artificial intellegence

Field of art

  • Performance

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    Tahiroğlu, K., Jun 2023

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