The sixth workshop in „Lem i ti“ series, in colaboration with the sound art duo Lightune.G consisting of Miodrag Gladović and Bojan Gagić, merges art, technology and sound.

XV. Gymnasium MIOC students have used their programming knowledge on devices like Raspberry Pi and have explored its potential in creative sound work using it as an instrument. During the workshop they have learned the basic methods of digitally synthesizing sound using puredata open source software.

Lightune.G (HR)

Lightune.G was founded in 2011 as a desire to present the results of the luminoacoustic research of two Croatian artists - Miodrag Gladović and Bojan Gagić - which started in previou year. The name of the duo emerged from their first experiments, during which they performed with classical tungsten light sources producing a sound of 50 Hz (~G1). After the first series of Lighterature Readings (performances/concerts/installations) in which they created music using various types of artificial lighting and nine solar panels, they later started researching the sound produced by a natural light source – the Sun. In 2013 they presented their ‘mobile luminoacoustic’ project – Route 666, and a year later they built their first luminoacoustic object – Luminophone. Later on, they have collaborated with many other artists and festivals (Mirela Ivičević, Hugo Morales, Ana Horvat, Davorka Begović, Cantus Ensemble, Showroom of Contemporary Sound, Heart of Noise, Touch Me, Device_art).


XV Gymnasium (Zagreb)