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International Festival of Digital Creativity and Electronic Music

Clastic Music
For this edition, Vigliensoni will be premiering Clastic Music, which was showcased as part of MUTEK AI Art Lab earlier this year. Inspired by new geological formations assembled by the addition of multiple fragments, the artist will be improvising using rhythmic samples processed through deep neural network architectures. This sonic experiment contains waves of drum fills knitted into the fabric of Vigliensoni’s compositions. He also partnered with Chilean artist Eduardo Pérez Infante to create a web-based application through which spectators will be able to modify the visual component of the show.

Who

Chilean Montréal-based producer and musician Gabriel Vigliensoni, founder of post-punk band Lucybell and electro-acoustic band Mismos.

Style

Experimental, Ambient, Drone

Labels

Clang

Latest

Tempest (2018), Michael Saved us all (2018)

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Vigliensoni has over thirty written and co-written academic publications covering the topic of music recommendation, listening behaviour, and new interfaces for musical expression, production, and synthesis.

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Montréal: 2020, 2018