Cellphonia 2014: Wave Farm

Wave Farm Artist-in-Residence, Steve Bull, concludes his residency with a live broadcast of Cellphonia: Wave Farm, performed by “Banned Ingredients” (Steve Bull, John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein, Scot Gresham-Lancaster, Hans Tammen, and Brooks Williams.)

Cellphonia: Wave Farm is a live concert and telephone call-in computer assisted karaoke concert about technological innovation in agriculture and mother nature's revenge. It is both a physical installation and an ephemeral Internet performance. The project explores the intersection of site-specific environmental sounds with the intervention of computer code algorithm processing using public participation through a call-in phone number with live manipulation by the artists in the outdoor acoustic space. Listeners can participate by calling the Cellphonia: Wave Farm, phone number: (518) 512-0518. WGXC 90.7-FM: Hands-on Radio, 90.7-FM and

Steve Bull "Cellphonia: Wave Farm" from Wave Farm on Vimeo.

All photos by Joker Nies

Cellphonia 2008: Tempo Variable

Cellphonia: Tempo Variable (Cellphonia: Changeable Weather) April 5, 2008 at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ as part of the two-day festival Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T) Revisited. Cellphonia: Tempo Variable is a surround sound memorial concert for John Cage and David Tudor in which live performance, cellphone calls, transduced objects, and synthetic voices are mixed by the musicians and the neural synthesis ETANN, or electronically trainable analog neural net, developed by Forrest Warthman and Scot Gresham-Lancaster for David Tudor.

Information about other Cellphonia variations here.