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7 May 2017 13:00 — 18:00 // Experiment //
Experiment #1.43.1: Experimental Instruments for Non-Humans
Scheduled from proposal: Experimental Instruments for Non-Humans with 100Ŧ
Supported by: Ava Grayson (35), Justin Tyler Tate (10), hyksos (40), christina.stadlbauer (15)

In this experiment, I want to explore the possibilities of encouraging our non-human organisms to make their own noise and music through human intervention.

Every participant who is interested should come with an idea of the organism they want to build their instrument for. We then discuss the possibilities of how to build an instrument for different kinds of critters, plants, etc., and then hopefully get cracking on a prototype.

Participants should bring whatever electronics, bits and bobs, and found things they think could be used (either for their project or someone else's). I will buy some basic electronics, and those who end up using them would kindly be asked for a 5€ materials fee.

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This experiment has 3 comments.
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ramina says....
April 13, 2017 23:58

I hope you arrange this again because I can't make it on 7.5 :(

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Ava Grayson says....
April 20, 2017 16:13

I'd like to!

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Justin Tyler Tate says....
May 06, 2017 22:54

I really wanted to come but I also really need an antisocial day after too many weeks of not having any :(

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