The Creativeworks London Festival celebrated four years of exploring the capital’s creative economy, bringing London’s researchers, creative entrepreneurs and businesses together.
The Digital Economy research strand conceptualised and curated its research findings in the installation London’s Digital Ecologies of Collaboration.

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13:00 and repeats at 15:30, Friday 29th April 2016
Chapel – Level 2, King’s College London

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Kate Ryder was Creativeworks London’s Creative Entrepreneur-in-Residence (CEIR) working with composer and researcher Dr Tim Ewers at Kingston University in 2014/15. See more information in relation to melhores jogos de caça-niquel gratis.

The CEIR project ‘Creating a super-piano’ creates an historical repositioning of the piano by exploring new technologies and extended techniques to develop a type of “Superpiano”. Using the “pnoscan” (™), a midi interface capable of creating extraordinary effects with a range of applications; Kate is currently developing an entirely new repertoire for the instrument.

Today’s performances demonstrate a cross section of new music commissioned by Kate for piano and “pnoscan” featuring premiers of new works: Ghost Sonata by Tim Ewers (electronics – Toby Bain) and Convection 1 by Yumi Hara (electronic programming – Guy Harries). Both world premieres.


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Creativeworks London is one of four Knowledge Exchange Hubs for the Creative Economy funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to develop strategic partnerships with creative businesses and cultural organisations, to strengthen and diversify their collaborative research activities and increase the number of arts and humanities researchers actively engaged in research-based knowledge exchange.