david fodel: audio

SoundBricks

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11/05/2012

SoundBricks are small electronic instruments, built from open source hardware and software. I built this one for a friend, and hope to build more. Unique construction, sound, and reprogrammable too!

Still Life in Real Time

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04/05/2010

Interactive AV Performance at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Gates Planetarium. April 22nd, 2010, at 7:30PM. Free and open to the public.

STEIM

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01/16/2010

I was selected to do an Orientation Workshop at STEIM, the Studio for Electronic Instrumental Music in Amsterdam.

Sound Design for Winner of Metropolis Art Prize 2009, Screened in Times Square

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12/16/2009

Babelgum sponsored the Metropolitan Art Prize competition. I created the sound design for Chris Coleman's entry "The Magnitude of the Continental Divides" which won the grand prize.

39˚ 44′ 11″ N x 104˚ 59′ 21″ W at the Denver Art Museum through April 4th, 2010

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11/14/2009

Sound Design for the collaborative, interactive installation. Part of the Embrace! exhibition in the FuseBox Gallery at the Denver Art Museum, curated by Christoph Heinrich.

jamBox: Audio Sculpture at the FAC Modern Gallery

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08/20/2009

Documentation of the jamBox , an "active audio object", sound sculpture, and interactive installation.

Solar Wind Harp Live at Anderson Ranch

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08/13/2009

A live presentation / experiment with the Solar Wind Harp I built. Projected onto the Aspen trees at Anderson Ranch, in Aspen Colorado, in August of 2009.

(dis)Placed - Anderson Ranch

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08/13/2009

Documentation from an audio performance/installation at Anderson Ranch in August of 2009.

Aurora's Aeolian Harp

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04/10/2009

An Aeolian Harp (or wind harp) is a musical instrument that is "played" by the wind. This instrument is an Aeolian Harp that is played by the solar wind.

David Fodel & Brian Kane – Signal to Noise (untitled analog #8)

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02/06/2009

A 3-projector video and audio installation for the New Media Salon at Plus+ and Object + Thought. Originally performed live at the Experimental Television Center in December, 2008.