Ida Hiršenfelder a.k.a beepblip is a Ljubljana-based archivist and -ist. She is interested in the history of media, archives and their disappearance, media archeology, and philosophy of temporality. In the context of sound art, she is specifically interested in bioacoustics and microtonal . She composes experimental with the use of analogue , field recordings, and computer manipulations.


When a receipt makes you smile for some unknown reason. This place in the not-downtown of Ljubljana has *completely* vegan kitchen with very tasty output, has very original and humorous design and food, it smells like hipster a bit but whatever is that these days anyway. I like it.

Oh, welcome to the first day of week 41 of year 2019! It was a fast walk with my dog first thing in the morning.

new audio player for mastodon 3.0.0.

audio is a recording from an experiment since a while

Before the performance (Staging a Play: Antigone) in Rijeka (Fiume), Croatia. Beautiful National theatre (HNK), but tribunes are ON the stage.

At net-label we are proud to present a longform composition by Saša Spačal & crickets Acheta Domesticus titled TRANSVERSAL IS A LOOP

Free (name-your-price) downloads, Bandcamp streaming and limited edition USB drive in a handmade handbound remixable booklet form.

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Featuring paintings, installation, collage, and archival pieces, the solo exhibition of Peruvian artist Christian Bendayan, Trans Tropicalia (Fragments), explores how indigenous and trans people have been othered in Peru.

Altered Views, the solo exhibition of Chilean artist Voluspa Jarpa, is a fictional museum that challenges Euro-centric narratives while reflecting on racism, patriarchy, heteronormativity, and the link between economics and colonialism.

Good morning.

Tonight we are organizing a concert as part of the series Kamizdat Rentgen. Two artists will present material forthcoming this month.

▶ Saša Spačal in crickets Acheta domesticus
▶ beepblip: noise for strings, vol.1

ŠKUC gallery, Ljubljana @ 21:00 CET

📺 live stream:

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Today I heard (among other things) part of Laurie Spiegel's The Expanding
Universe: Kepler's Harmonies of
the worlds (1977) in a live "tape music" public listening setting.

She was one of the first computer music composers.

The whole album is also on Bandcamp.

The Little Smalltalk system can be obtained directly from the author. The system is distributed on 9-track tapes in tar format (the standard unix distribution format). The distribution tape includes all sources and on-line documentation for the system.

Stella is now 13 but still incredibly alive and healthy dog that seem to never complain (unless there's thunder or rain or fireworks or the big balloons in the sky that she can see). She's getting slower and after a 45min walk in the morning most of the day sleeps. She's a sugar, never barked on another human, a true love despite the amount of fur she's leaving inside the house daily.

(was yesterday)

>>In consonance with the pioneering 19th-century information designer Emma Willard’s conviction that knowledge is most readily received when “addressed to the eye,” Guillemin understood that the fundamental laws of nature appear too remote and slippery to the human mind. To make them comprehensible, he had to make their elegant abstract mathematics tangible and captivating for the eye.<<

Brain Pickings

At the rehearsal trying out video (using ) and sound ( - from which I'm sending OSC to control video sketch).

Also, stage is full of chairs.

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