Centre Iannis Xenakis

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Architectural and music computational models have profoundly affected the ways we describe, interpret and evaluate existing architectural and musical works as well as the ways we design new works in both domains. Two aspects of these computational…

This paper looks at how sound, light and shadow performances could be achieved by the method of granulation and layering as demonstrated by the work of Iannis Xenakis and Laszlo Moholy Nagy. The similarities as well as the differences in the two…

In 1991, a stochastic music piece called Gendy3 was produced entirely by a computer program written by the composer Iannis Xenakis at CEMAMu. In his words, Xenakis asked "What is a composer? A thinker and plastic artist who expresses himself through…

There is a superficial, and yet fundamental paradox at the core of Xenakis' work: whilst being the creator of atomised sound (granular synthesis) he was also preoccupied with sound's continuity; or later on his career, while he openly promoted the…

In the same way that the Cosmatesque floors in San Benedetto in Piscinula affect
the way one interacts with the space consciously or subconsciously, Norman’s use of
palindromic musical gesture give a structure through which to process movement…
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