Posts Tagged ‘radius music’

INTERNI Magazine were doing a feature on Kinetic/Generative Sculptures for there October issue, and I was delighted to find they wanted to include images of Radius Music as part of the article. The whole magazine is of great quality, and is beautifully designed – I was particularly taken with the architectural photography. If only I […]


On July 29th, I gave a talk at the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin (as part of DATA and BioRhythm) about my project Radius Music, and a brief history of notational systems for music. For more information on the evening, visit: http://sciencegallery.com/events/2010/07/data-event-420 Slideshow will be uploaded soon.



Filmed/edited by Simon McKeagney.


Radius Music installed.


Near-final installation of Radius Music for NCAD Degree Show. //Degree Show RADIUS MUSIC is an audio interface based on ideas of cartography and graphic scores (developed using the open source Pure Data, Arduino and Processing platforms), and investigates the phenomenon that electronic musical technology is developing quicker than a language that can accurately represent it. […]


Radial Devices

28May10

Images of construction and radial devices for NCAD degree show 2010.