Ever tried to make music out of traffic data? If not, now is your chance. Including a live performance at the Rockhal.
Participants should be a tad adventurous and, above all, open-minded. Because in The Sound of Data project, the approach to music is quite funky. Music is not played according to notes but based on data collected by scientists from different fields. This includes traffic and historical data, Covid-related data, data collected from 3D body scans as well as crowd-sourced art data. Valery Vermeulen, mathematician, and musician from Belgium as well as pioneer in the field of data sonification , transforms this data into musical building blocks. And then things are getting exciting. The next step is to look for musicians who can compose with these building blocks.
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