RK1A: online sound performance / radio signal processing

September 11, 17:00

RK1A: online sound performance / radio signal processing

Karina Siou / Dmitry Shubin (live electronics, radio signal processing)
Nikolay Sashenin (radio transmission)

STREAM: https://youtu.be/F12rksDMviM

September 11 is considered the date of foundation of the A.S. Popov, which appeared back in 1872. This year the "birthday" will be marked with a special sound performance prepared by two museums - A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications and the St. Petersburg Museum of Sound.

It is considered that a signal can be any physical process, the parameters of which change (or are found) in accordance with the transmitted message. In the performance "RK1A" the musicians work with a completely different model: the signal here is also the process, the parameters of which change in accordance with the perception of the message.

A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications regularly goes on the air under his own callsigns RK1A. Transmission is carried out both by voice and Morse code. At the time of the performance, radio communication session from the Museum of Communications will take place, and it is this signal that will be received on the radio in the Museum of Sound and processed in real time.

A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications: https://www.rustelecom-museum.ru

Karina Siou

Karina Siou is a musician, sound artist, DJ. She studied at the St. Petersburg School of Improvisational Music and later at the Laboratory of New Media. Explores the possibilities of experimental electronic and improvised music, media performance, spatial sound and color & light movement.

Dmitry Shubin

Dmitry Shubin is pianist and improviser, performing live improvised music. He also creates sound installations and audio-video projects with emphasis on the integration of sound and image. He is a conductor of St.Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra, as well as St.Petersburg Improvisers Choir; a founder of Sound Theater; curator of the School for Improvised Music (St.Petersburg). He is the laureate of the Grand Prix of The Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award (2016).