RainerLinz  
 
Country:   Germany
URL:   http://www.rainerlinz.net/
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Composer and sound artist Rainer Linz has a long involvement in radio, music theatre, instrumental and electronic music. His work includes an opera as well as numerous chamber and electronic pieces intended for concert performance. He is also an author and publisher. The Oxford Companion to Music in Australia (OUP 1999) notes Linz's innovative and entrepreneurial work in Melbourne has been a significant factor in the city's prominence in experimental music. His recent collaborative work includes the stage piece Banalities for the Perfect House and the interactive gallery installation infonoise (Belgrade 2001). Under the title New Listener he has devised a series of computer programs where a music or sound composition can be adjusted to the listener's preference. He was a recipient of the Australia Council New Media Arts Fellowship for 2002/3. Current work includes the Fugue project.
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      Worktype Info Year Country Admin
BARCODE - III. immersion - unspecified 1998 Edit
MOVATAR INVERSE MOTION CAPTURE SYSTEM unspecified 2000 Edit
infonoise Interactive gallery installation and web-connected theatre event Belgrade - much documentation can be found online at http://www.infonoise.net/ 2002 Serbia Edit
New Listener Listener Software Project RMIT Project Space gallery and Spare Room (manager/curator Louiseann Zahra). They were devised as part of an Australia Council New Media Arts Fellowship program during 2002/3. The select machine was devised as part 2003 Australia Edit
Banalities for the Perfect House collaborative installation and performance Performance Space theatre, Sydney 2005 Australia Edit
Fugue Interactive Science and Art Installation Hypermedia Research Centre 12 Mar 05 Fugue prototype presented at the Hypermedia Research Centre , University of Westminster , London . EVA Conference 16 Feb 05 Fugue prototype presented at the EVA Conference (Electronic Imaging and the Visual Arts) 2005 Australia Edit