This time, Tomash Ghz (see information and links below) will be presenting his setup and approaches for using Ableton Live interactively with his custom-built environment. We are really excited to have him show us his tools and toys!
For those who are coming for the first time, please go on the Panke website to see how to get there (http://www.pankeculture.com/how-to-find-us/)! Many first-comers get lost in the labrynth of courtyards along the way.
If anyone else would also like to present or share their work at the upcoming meeting or any meeting in the future, please contact us (Maya and Brian) either through Facebook, meetup.com, or simply at the meeting itself.
All the best,
Maya and Brian
Here’s more information about Tomash:
Tomash Ghz is a digital artist, producer, DJ, maker, and developer, interested in experimenting with physical interaction, sound and visuals. By blending these elements together in unexpected ways he seeks new forms of creative expression through technology. Tomash is originally from Cyprus, but is now currently based in Berlin.
He has created numerous controllers and sound devices for himself as well as other artists; he has also set up interactive installations, prepared audiovisual performances, performed in festivals, and given workshops to a wide variety of audiences at international events like Plug European Connection, MusicMakers Hacklab at CTM Berlin, Nuis Sonores & European Lab, Park in Progress, Fasma Athens, Moving silence, X-Dream Festival, and Xorko just to name a few.His projects have been repeatedly featured on DJ TechTools, Create Digital Music, DJWorx, FACT Mag, Synthtopia and MATRIXSYNTH.
Among of his favorite tools include: Processing, openFrameworks, Arduino, Teensy microcontrollers, and Ableton Live.
Start Time: 20:00