On the closing weekend of Berlin's 30th Transmediale festival, the multimedia artist talks to The Wire's deputy editor about language, stories and the breakdown of democracy
Hosted by Emily Bick on Resonance FM. Featuring tracks by Paper Dollhouse, Fis, AGF, DJ Marfox, Ola Bilinska, and others
Hosted by Emily Bick on Resonance FM. Featuring tracks by The Head Technician , Katie Dey, DJ Earl, 50 Foot Wave, and others
Hosted by Emily Bick on Resonance FM. Featuring tracks by Lunarios, Rival Consoles, Kyo, Endgame, Necro Deathmort, and others
Adventures In Sound And Music on Resonance FM, hosted by Emily Bick. Featuring KEDA, Napoleon Cherry, Anna Meredith, Sainkho Namtchylak, David Bowie, Artificial Memory Trace, and more
Emily Bick perceives the collapse of possibilities in the wake of Bowie's death
Listen to Emily Bick host Adventures In Sound And Music on Resonance FM. The show aired on 26 November 2015 and features tracks by Anna Homler & Steve Moshier, Ellen Fullman, This Heat, DJ Paypal, Tommy Tone and others.
If the world's only Tandy Deskmate computer music specialist Ben Zimmerman didn't exist, would nerds like Dan Lopatin have to invent him?
Listen to the entirety of Ben Zimmerman's The Baltika Years album, released on Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never's Software label
"Compositions based on data run the risk of sounding less interesting than the descriptions of the conceptual thought gone into their construction." Emily Bick journeys to the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research in Plymouth
Emily Bick feels the qualitative in the different approaches improvisors and composers take to the sonification of data sets
Composers who use crowdsourcing tools to generate musical material might be pushing technological boundaries, but this model of creative sharing is an illusion – and one that reinforces, rather than breaks down, hierarchies.