Music for Lamps (Adam Basanta + Julian Stein + Max Stein)
Performance: Music for Lamps is an installation and performance work for 12 sound and light emitting lamps by laptop trio Adam Basanta, Julian Stein, and Max Stein. The performance took place at the Mazda Space in Barcelona, Spain on February 11, 2017 -- as part of the MUTEK.ES 2017 event, Digi_Lab 1.
PERFORMANCE: TransCultural Exchange Concert at Goethe-Institut Boston, with Works by Rudi Punzo, Yannick Franck and Sandeep Bhagwati. The concert took place on February 27th, 2016 as part of the TransCultural Exchange Conference in Boston, MA.
Native Alien: Sandeep Bhagwati (composer), Felix del Tredici (bass trombone), Navid Navab (computer musician), Julian Stein (computer scores)
Comprovisation Systems: Lecture-Concert
Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin) - October 01, 2015 - 19h - 21h
In the context of a massive 4 year project called “100 Years of Now!” I have been invited to present my work and give a talk at the 4 day opening festival, a vertiginous romp between the arts, the sciences and social movements. I am glad to share a slot with the renowned historian of science Hans Jörg Rheinberger and the St.Petersburg art-science team Evelina Domnitch & Dmitry Gelfand.Felix del Tredici, Navid Navab and Julian Stein will perform excerpts from my comprovisation “Native Alien”.
video of lecture-concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQCppev76TE
Festival “Musiikin Aika – Time of Music” (Viitasaari, Finland)
From July 1-6, 2014, Sandeep Bhagwati will be the composer of honour at the renowned “Time of Music” Festival in Viitasaari, Finland.
Felix del Tredici (bass trb), Navid Navab (computer musician), and Julian Stein (computer scores) performed “Native Alien on July 4, 2014.
Installation: Provided sound/interaction design for Turcot: la route devenue architecture, an interactive installation work by Berengère L. Marin-Dubuard (beewoo), presented in the Satosphere at the Société des arts technologiques (SAT), as part of BIAN 2014. The installation was presented from May 28 - June 27 2014.
Performance: A semi-improvised laptop trio (A Basanta, J Stein, M Stein) performing via surrogate actions with various digitally-augmented original instruments including microphone-feedback keyboards, vibration-snare drums, solenoid-percussion, and other concoctions. The piece was presented as part of the monthly experimental music series WABI-SABI at Café Résonance in Montréal, QC.
Performance: A semi-improvised laptop trio (A Basanta, J Stein, M Stein) performing via surrogate actions with various digitally-augmented original instruments including microphone-feedback keyboards, vibration-snare drums, solenoid-percussion, and other concoctions. The piece was presented at the University of Windsor in Windsor, ON on March 31, 2014.
INSTALLATION: A collaboration between Adam Basanta and Julian Stein, Invisible Lines explores the artistic potential of controlled feedback, and subsequently, the ability to compose temporal structures with microphone feedback as primary material. Six SM58 microphones are coupled with six extracted speaker cones. The piece was presented as part of the Cluster New Music and Integrated Arts Festival 2014 in Winnipeg, MB.