KLG Sonic Arts Symposium 2021

Jeremy and Dr Uwe Woessner presented their work on ‘Synaespatia’ at the KLG Sonic Arts Symposium in May, 2021.

This performative workshop demonstrates collaborative creative design research operating at the intersection of the musical and spatial (musico-spatial) domains. Covid has forced new ways of collaboration between the team: a musico-spatial performer based in Australia (Dr Jeremy J Ham) and a VR expert based in Germany (Dr Uwe Woessner). No longer able to travel, we have worked on ways to enable new modes of musico-spatial performance. Engagement in digital technologies has turned constraints into opportunities. This has led to in the transformation of the original Musico-Spatial Virtual Environment (MSVE) into a networked performance environment that enables synchronous dyadic musico-spatial performance from physically-distanced performers from around the world. Through these new modes of performance, we  can experience live music and sound as real-time manifestations in the spatial domain as ‘synaespatia’.

Here’s a link to the presentation.


SurfCoast Arts Trail 2020

As part of the SurfCoast Arts Trail 2020, I will be delivering an online performative workshop on computational transformations of music and sound into the spatial domain. I will illustrate how digital drum solos can form the basis of static transformations, as Liquid Polyrhythm and how VR can reveal insights into the dynamic parameters of sound. (see more at http://www.jjham.com)Register on Event Brite for free…Sunday 16th August at 2pm AEST https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/performative-workshop-computational-transformations-of-music-and-sound-tickets-116275155119

New Liquid Polyrhythm Artworks

I have been generating new artworks derived from my drum solo collections. These will be selected and printed for a forthcoming exhibition at my studio. Works will be available for sale as prints on framed canvas and steel. Stay tuned!

Stuttgart VR Development

Jeremy travelled to Wiesbaden to deliver a guest lecture and review and visit the High Performance Computing Lab in Stuttgart to work with Uwe Woessner and Joachim Kieferle on the spatialisation of sound waves in VR. see pics below…