zip.disk [musik]

Today I was experimenting with some old zip drives I discovered inside a box in my studio. Rather than getting rid of them I wanted to see if I could use the drive as a  industrial/data instrument. The resulting experiment was beyond anything I was expecting. By simply soldering two piezo elements to the head […]

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north avenue: noise + vibrating.AIR documentation

North Avenue: NOISE + vibrating.AIR was an installation and live performance created for the MEGAPOLIS AUDIO FESTIVAL in Baltimore on May 14-16. Below is a slightly modified text taken from the press release. “Bradley’s North Avenue: NOISE, a sound art installation, used the windows of the Windup Space gallery as a large tympanum that picked […]

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MUSICfor.one [byTEN] documentation

MUSICfor.one [byTEN] was a live “concert” improvisation created for the Chatroulette social network. Audio in the performance was generated from screen grabs taken of the first 10 people that appeared during a previous visit to the website. These pictures in turn became the graphic notation that loosely scores the work. Through this process I become […]

1444.minutes documentation

<– visit the 1444.minutes documentation site –> **1444 MINUTES WAS LIVE FROM FEB 2, 2010 BEGINNING AT 4:34AM UNTIL FEB 3, 2010 AT 4:34AM [-5GMT] *1444 minutes has recently been selected to be part of Rhizome’s Art Base Collection.

mobile.music series [second e.p. available 02/12/10]

a little over a decade ago, artists and musicians began experimenting seriously with using laptops as instruments during live performances. i remember my friend matt borghi and i having long discussions about how the laptop could change how people approached live music. it’s funny looking back now thinking about those conversations because at the time, […]

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Jason Sloan is an electronic media and sound artist, musician, composer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.

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