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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2013.tde-28012014-161653
Document
Author
Full name
Alexandre Marino Fernandez
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Iazzetta, Fernando Henrique de Oliveira (President)
Fabbrini, Ricardo Nascimento
Fenerich, Alexandre Sperandéo
Title in Portuguese
Circuito alterado em três atos: abrir, tatear e multiplicar
Keywords in Portuguese
Arte Contemporânea
Circuit-Bending
Circuito Alterado
Filosofia da Ciência
Hardware Hacking
Música Experimental
Musicologia
Abstract in Portuguese
Nesta pesquisa analiso as metodologias de luteria experimental chamadas Circuit-Bending e Hardware Hacking, as quais englobo no termo Circuito Alterado, criado especificamente para este trabalho. Tais metodologias baseiam-se na construção de aparelhos musicais a partir da reutilização de componentes eletrônicos descartados. O principal objetivo desta dissertação é estabelecer relações contextuais entre os três atos fundamentais envolvidos na alteração de circuitos - abrir o circuito, tateá-lo em busca de sonoridades interessantes e multiplicar a metodologia, através de concertos, blogs e/ou oficinas - e questões culturais relacionadas a cada ato.
Title in English
Circuit-Bending and Hardware Hacking in trhee acts: Open, Touch and Multiply.
Keywords in English
Circuit-Bending
Contemporary Art
Experimental Music
Hardware Hacking
Musicology
Philosophy of Science
Abstract in English
On this research I analyze the experimental luthier methodologies called Circuit-Bending and Hardware Hacking, which I call Circuito Alterado (Altered Circuits). This methodologies are based in the construction of musical instruments from the reuse of obsolete electronic components. The main goal of this dissertation is to establish contextual relationships between the tree acts involved in the methodologies - to open-up the circuit, to touch it, in the search of interesting sonorities and to multiply it, through concerts, blogs and/or workshops - and cultural issues related to each act.
 
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Publishing Date
2014-01-29
 
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