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- Nicholas Brown
- Nicolas Collins
- Lisa Downes
- David McKeown
- Zack Denfeld
- Aisling Murray
EXHIBITION 3D DESIGN AND BUILD
- Think Design
- Aisling Murray
We would also like to thank the extended Science Gallery Dublin team and mediators for their work on all aspects of SOUND CHECK. For more details on the people behind the scenes, please visit dublin.sciencegallery.com/staff
ASHES TO ASHES
The artists would like to thank Stefan Bilbao, Paul Graham, Alberto Torin, and the other members of the Next Generation Sound Synthesis (NESS) project.
The artist would like to thank Robin Parmar for his coding expertise and Marcus Hanratty for being a sound boss.
COMPUTER ENHANCED FOOTWEAR
Computer Enhanced Footwear was generously supported by Rebecca Fiebrink and Embodied AudioVisual Interaction (EAVI) group, Goldsmiths, University of London where a series of collaborative workshops with the Computer Enhanced Footwear and Wekinator software took place. The artist would like to thank Sam Ferguson and Andrew Johnston, Creativity and Cognition Studios, University of Technology Sydney, Nanyang Technological University, Centre for Contemporary Art and Jeffrey Hong, Nanyang Technological University Singapore. Holografic Wedges generously supported by Autodesk, Pier 9, San Francisco and 3D print shop lead Gabrielle Patin.
Thanks to Dr. Jonas Rubenson for his initial collaboration on motion experiments with the Computer Enhanced Footwear using motion capture at the biomechanics laboratory, the Pennsylvania State University and to Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, SymbioticA, the University of Western Australia for mentoring the first steps of the project.
The High Heeled Shoe Guitar was commissioned for the exhibition, Chicks on Speed: Shoe Fuck, curated by Simon Rees, Contemporary Arts Centre, Vilnius. The engineering of the shoe was made in conjunction with Steve Dawson, 2007.
These photographic works are made together with Steve Mann and kindly supported by Autodesk, Pier 9, San Francisco.
For more details, see A. Murray-Leslie and A.Johnston: The Liberation of the Feet: Demaking the High Heeled Shoe for Theatrical Audio-Visual Expression. In Proc. NIME, Copenhagen 2017
GIANT MUSIC BOX
The artist would like to extend thanks to the Exploratorium for the time and resources to develop this instrument and to Richard Gagnon for his advice and support.
MOOG SOUND LAB UK
Science Gallery Dublin would like to thank Paul Smith for his help in supplying this exhibit.
Science Gallery Dublin would also like to thank the National Concert Hall for their support of the Moog Sound Lab residencies and concert performance.
THE NESS PROJECT
The NESS Project was supported by the European Research Council, under grant number ERC-StG-2011-279068-NESS.
PRESS PLAY TO PLAY
The artists would like to thank Michael Zöllner for his support on the project.
The artist would like to extend thanks to the Music and Media Technologies programme at Trinity College Dublin.
The artists wish to acknowledge that the piece was commissioned by Craft Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
YA SLIP TA BANG
The artist would like to thank the Bicrophonic Research Institute (BRI).