This show was 86th in the global experimental chart.
Aurosion: Eroding Sonic Landscapes with the Internet Audio Cyclotron is a collaborative, long-form performance by Kassia Flux (sound artist, composer and scientist), and Justin Gagen (musician, digital anthropologist and computational musicologist) in which field recordings from locales including the laboratory and the jungle are fed into an auto-destructive, algorithmic and transatlantic feedback loop.
This Internet Audio Cyclotron (IAC) spans 15,000 kilometres between London and Dallas, Texas and operates a sonic feedback loop each cycle of which partially destroys the original signal. This sonic erosion causes new textures, artefacts and forms to emerge, akin to an eroded landscape.
For more information on this performance and the artists involved, visit: http://www.phasechange.info/iac