Tickets are free- available at EventBrite- https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/jj-ham-improvising-polyrhythmic-space-tickets-83933504371
The SurfCoast Arts Trail is an event where local artists open their studios to the public. This year, I opened my studio and exhibited a selection of ‘Liquid Polyrhythm’ prints. These works are available for sale.
Here’s a link to our paper on the Virtual Drumming Environment for the 2019 eCAADe conference in Porto, Portugal: http://papers.cumincad.org/data/works/att/ecaadesigradi2019_124.pdf
Here’s a link to my performance and examination for my PhD at RMIT SIAL Sound Studios:
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!
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…
Now that my PhD has been passed and approved, I can share a link to the final exegesis. Please follow and share:
This article reports on our eCaadE 2017 paper. In Italian…https://onnoffmagazine.com/2017/12/23/musico-spatial-design-tra-live-performance-e-rappresentazione-immersiva/
This performance was conducted a part of the PhD examination at RMIT SIAL Sound Studios on 19th October 2018.
As part of my PhD examination and exhibition, I made three movies outlining the Process, Concepts and Outputs of the research. These were exhibited at RMIT University Design Hub on October 2018.
Finally finished the PhD with a performance in the Virtual Drumming Environment using Virtual Reality and Virtual Instrumentation