Between June 2008 and April 2011, fourteen author-practitioners documented over nineteen events from the POV of the stage. The Lab reports were an opportunity for the improviser-musician-performers to explore and explode the processes and practices of music in general, and improvisation in particular. These reports ranged in tone from the oblique, the whimsical, and the […]
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Since Piaras Hoban published an algorithmically generated text for his Lab report, and since I’m not averse to conversations with technics, I thought I’d follow his example with a conversation with Eliza (in this case Charles Hayden’s Java implementation of Eliza), the grandmother of Turing-test contenders. Here’s a more-or-less unedited conversation on the October Stet […]
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Audio recordings of the October 12th Stet Lab are now online.
Stet Lab returns this coming Monday (October 12th 2009), upstairs @ The Roundy.
Stet Lab with Marian Murray, Tony O’Connor and Han-earl Park, plus Piaras Hoban and David O’Regan, takes place on Monday, October 12th 2009, upstairs @ The Roundy, Castle Street, Cork, Ireland.
Stet Lab returns on Monday, October 12th 2009 at The Roundy, Castle Street, Cork, Ireland.
Stet Lab will be back in October 2009!