In this concert, we present a set of electronic compositions based on materials generated by the Demiurge audio synthesis engine, a music machine-learning platform. Demiurge consists of a tripartite neural network architecture developed by Roberto Alonso, Marek Poliks, and a team of collaborators at the Hong Kong Baptist University. Debris indexes a subset of Demiurge’s massive output database as waste material ripe for creative reconsumption. Working with Debris invokes an array of concepts that range from archaeomusicology to new materialism; Debris positions its human and nonhuman collaborators within a network, a Deleuzian assemblage, an Adornian constellation, a swarm intelligence, a xenobestial orgy, a platform. These human-in-the-loop interactions were begotten by Mariam Gviniashvili, Kyoka, Dariush Derakhshani, David Q. Nguyen, Didem Coskunseven, Bihe Wen, Stylianos Dimou and Iván Ferrer-Orozco.
|Media of output||Other|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Nov 2022|
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