BITS & PIECES / my intimate entropies and stochastics
An author’s presentation, by Tonči Bakotin / Ruzina Frankulin, on own artistic work based on perceptual coding, psychoacoustics, soundscapes, and extreme compression rates as an artistic transformative gesture transcending common archival inclinations of contemporary digital and/or digitized media. The talk will enclose raw materials – prerequisites of reinterpretative digital media art typology, along with video installation art documentative samples – both of studies, and digital reconstructions of appropriated audio-visuals; digital art objects (to be) after the author’s techno-aesthetical intervention.
Tonči Bakotin / Ruzina Frankulin [RH]
Born in 1973 in Split, Croatia. Studied sound design at the Rotterdam School of Audio Engineering and film and video at the University of Split Art Academy. For a number of years Bakotin was teaching courses in music and sound technology (Rotterdam, Singapore, Bangkok, Ljubljana). Composed music for the theatre and performances given by the collectives Zidar Betonsky and Fraktal Falus Theatre. Published electronic music albums in USA and France, under the alias Ruzina Frankulin. sensoria.hr