RyojiIkeda  
 
Country:   Japan
URL:   http://www.ryojiikeda.com
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New York based, Japan's leading electronic composer Ryoji Ikeda focuses on the minutiae of ultrasonics, frequencies and the essential characteristics of sound itself. His work exploits sound's physical property, its causality with human perception and mathematical dianoia as music, time and space. Using computer and digital technology to the utmost limit, Ikeda has been developing particular microscopic methods for sound engineering and composition. Since 1995 he has been intensely active in sound art through concerts, installations and recordings: the albums +/- (1996), 0 degrees (1998) and Matrix (2000) have been hailed by critics as the most radical and innovative examples of contemporary electronic music. With Carsten Nicolai, he works the collaborative project 'cyclo.', which examines error structures and repetitive loops in software and computer programmed music, with audiovisual modules for real time sound visualization. The versatile range of his research is also demonstrated by the collaborations with choreographer William Forsythe/Frankfurt Ballett, contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto, architect Toyo Ito and artist collective Dumb Type, among others. Ryoji Ikeda received the Golden Nica prize at Prix Ars Electronica 2001 in the Digital Music category. Accessed 19.10.06 from http://www.ryojiikeda.com/info/bio+%7C+cv/
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+/- Album Touch TO:30 1996 England Edit
0 degrees Album Touch TO:38 1998 USA Edit
0 Installation CBK Villa Alckmaer, Rotterdam 1998 Netherlands Edit
Matrix Album Touch TO:44 2000 USA Edit
matrix [for acoustic dislocation] Installation The Mind Zone, The Millennium Dome, London 2000 England Edit
untitled [for 10 turntables] Installation Maison de Hermes Japan, Tokyo 2001 Japan Edit
matrix [for container] Installation Centraal Museum, Utrecht 2001 Netherlands Edit
cyclo. Album Raster-Noton 2001 Germany Edit
spectra Installation Mica Moca, Milan 2001 Italy Edit
spectra II Installation Feel, Z33, Hasselt, Belgium 2004, The 2nd International Biennial, Geotheborg,, Sweden, Frequencies, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany, Audioframes exhibition, Kortrijk, BE 2004, ACMI, Melbourne, Australia and Inbetween Time Festival, Arnolfini, Bristol 2002 USA Edit
db Installation ICC, Tokyo 2002 Japan Edit
formula Book+DVD Forma (2005) and ICC/NTT Publishing (2002) 2002 USA Edit
op. Album Touch TO:60 2002 England Edit
matrix [for an anechoic room] Installation Voormalig Gerechtsgebouw, Utrecht 2003 Netherlands Edit
data.spectra [prototype] Installation Gallery Yada, Nagoya 2004 Japan Edit
dataplex Album Raster-Noton R-N 068 2005 USA Edit
data.spectra Installation ACMI, Melbourne 2006 Australia Edit
dataphonics Radio Program Series Radio France 93.5 FM, FR 2006 France Edit