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chaosflöte: dimensions
www.chua.ch/p/dimensions

Dimensions: Chaosflöte. features compositions of and improvisations with the chaosflöte.

chaosflöte
www.chua.ch/p/chaosfloete

In facilitating interdisciplinary performances, the Chaosflöte challenges the artist to rethink conventional understandings of performance, composition, and improvisation.

box - 3.4 bad decisions
www.chua.ch/box/3-4

the piece, she tries to make the machine “behave”…but bad decisions teases the notion that, rather, machine foul play and the unexpected disruptions brought on by technology can be a more interesting inspiration for a broader palette of chaotic expression. composition

videos for liberA
www.chua.ch/p/libera

The result is not only a highly nuanced interpolation of genres, but a tension-producing interplay between distinct musical traditions, languages and approaches to composition and performance.

1 - beginnings
www.chua.ch/p/bbf/1-beginnings

>electroacoustic composition (4). >video gaming (22). >max/MSP/Jitter (5). >supercollider (5). >touchdesigner (1). >it analyst (2). >chaosflöte (4).

1 - Melody Chua: Short Introduction
www.chua.ch/kug/1

Interdisciplinary artist working with interactive technologies across the following formats: sound→visuals. performance→installation. improvisation→composition. Focus on human-computer interaction and posthuman narratives. (portfolio).

box - 3.6 diaphragma
www.chua.ch/box/3-6

Framing: Between composition and improvisation.

II - Improvisation as an inherently immersive and embodied practice
www.chua.ch/ias/pl/1-1

>>>>Audiovisual composition and improvisation. >>>>>Machine improvisation. melo ·. >.

NEXTION
www.chua.ch/p/nextion

The environment of the composition draws a narrative between memory and trauma. (photo: P.A. Balmer). Email. LinkedIn. Facebook. Instagram. YouTube. melo. works of melody chua. home. about. portfolio

archive
www.chua.ch/archive

sonic virtual presence/identity; surveillance; shifting perspectives; network glitch & latency as a compositional tools. 2020 ARCHIVE. 28 Jan. 2020. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich.