Category: Digital Art/Music

Oberhausen Requiem: A site-specific electroacoustic live performance (2007)

by Hiroki Nishino. Photo by Johannes Gramm OBERHAUSEN REQUIEM Oberhausen Requiem (see also Color Plate E) is a site-specific electroacoustic live performance designed and implemented for the huge Gasometer in…

American Derivation: Three Kings (Fair Use Portrait #1-#3) (2016)

by Hiroki Nishino. American Derivation: Three Kings (Fair Use Portrait #1-#3) is a study of NIME (new interfaces for musical instruments) as a small artwork, which aims to…

Tre Marie (2006)

by Hiroki Nishino, Annie On Ni Wan, and Pamela Pietro Tre Marie is an interactive audio-visual dance improvised performance. The system in progress is a RF-ID (radio-frequency identification)…

Minimalism X (2001)

by Hiroki Nishino. Minimalism X is a live performance piece, the system of which is built on Max/MSP. This system consist of a number of pitch-shifters that are…

A Very Short Futuristic Sketch (2007)

by Hiroki Nishino. This is indeed a very simple remix of one of my live performance pieces. The interest that I had in remixing the piece is to…

Seattle Noise and Pulse Study (2005)

by Hiroki Nishino. Iannis Xenakis is also known for the significant influences that he gave to the emergence of noise music. For instance, In the early interviews, Merzbow…

Self-Portrait of My Life (2005)

by Hiroki Nishino. I moved to a new city, after spending most of my life in my hometown, to do a PhD program. So far, as a typical…

Sudden Death (2001)

by Hiroki Nishino, Shinichiro Toyoda, and Hiroki Sasaoka.

A Short Drone Study (2006)

by Hiroki Nishino. This short tape piece focuses on the gradual traditions of drones with some investigation on internal/external harmonic structures.

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