Hausswolff. '''Carl Michael von Hausswolff''' (born 1956 in Linköping) is a composer, visual artist and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden. His main tools are recording devices (camera, tape deck, radar, sonar) used in an ongoing investigation of electricity, frequency, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference. Major exhibitions include Manifesta (1996), documenta X (1997), the Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Sound Art - Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo (2000), the Venice Biennale (2001, 2003 and 2005) and Portikus, Frankfurt (2004). Hausswolff received a Prix Ars Electronica award for Digital Musics in 2002. After returning from studies abroad, in Cologne (University of Cologne) and Rome (University of Rome La Sapienza), he was in 1513 elected vicar in Linköping. One year later he became Archbishop of Uppsala. In 1515 he got into an argument with the Swedish regent Sten Sture the Younger, who spread the rumour that he was allied with the King Christian II of Denmark. True or not, it resulted in Trolle being removed from his office and put under siege in the archbishops mansion Almarestäket at lake Mälaren. In the winter of 1517, Almarestäket was demolished by orders from the Swedish government. He studied at the University of Leipzig in 1437-1439 and received a Bachelor of Arts. After returning home, he became dean in Linköping. His mother had a connection to the king Charles VIII of Sweden, which is believed to have been the reason for this promotion. His first known occupations were at a school in Söderköping and as a canon (canon (priest)) in Linköping. In 1411 he enrolled at Vadstena monastery. In 1418 he was sent on an important assignment to Rome, from where he returned in 1420. In Sweden Bro Kyrka near Visby on Gotland has a cross shaped hagioscope. Other hagioscopes are at the church of Vreta Abbey near Linköping, Granhult Kyrka in Uppvidinge (Uppvidinge Municipality) and Husaby Kyrka in Götene (Götene Municipality). The wooden church in Granhult (Småland) has a hagioscope which can be closed. *Soyuz TMA-6 lifts off at dawn from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan carrying the Expedition 11 crew to the International Space Station. (Fox News) (Yahoo! News) * A Saab Gripen (JAS 39 Gripen) fighter aircraft has been undertaking an air-to-air refueling test campaign with a Boeing 707 tanker at Saab's facility in Linköping, Sweden. The campaign had the objective of verifying the Gripen's air-to-air refueling capabilities with a NATO standard compatible tanker. (PrimeZone) *A fossilised dinosaur pelvis, most likely belonging to a theropod, containing eggs has been found in Jiangxi Province, China. The dinosaurs reproductive system shares similarities with both reptiles and modern birds. (BBC) The '''2005 IIHF World Women's Championships''' was held April 2–9, 2005, in Linköping, at Cloetta Center, and Norrköping, at Himmelstalundshallen, in Sweden. USA (United States women's national ice hockey team) won their first ever gold medal at the World Championships, defeating the defending champions Canada (Canada women's national ice hockey team) in a penalty shootout. Sweden (Swedish national women's ice hockey team) won their first ever medal at the World Women Championships, defeating Finland (Finland women's national ice hockey team) 5 - 2 in the bronze medal game. Sister cities The city of Milwaukee in the state of Wisconsin in the United States is a sister city of Morogoro as designated by Sister Cities International. http: www.milwaukee.gov sistercities Morogoro is also twinned with Linköping in Sweden and Vaasa in Finland. '''D2''' was a concept and prototype computer designed by Datasaab in Linköping, Sweden. It was built with discrete transistors and completed in 1960. Its purpose was to investigate the feasibility of building a computer for use in an aircraft to assist with navigation, ultimately leading to the design of the CK37 computer used in Saab 37 Viggen. This military side of the project was known as '''SANK''', or ''Saabs Automatiska Navigations-Kalkylator'' (''Saab's Automatic Navigational-Calculator''), and D2 was the name for its civilian application. Largest loss Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Östergötland County Localities Linköping commons:Linköping
, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Vietnam, European Commission and ASEAN Secretariat (ASEAN). '''Georges Lentz''' is a contemporary composer and sound artist, born in Luxembourg in 1965, and is that country's internationally best known composer "Lentz, Georges", ''Luxemburger Lexikon'', Editions Guy Binsfeld, Luxembourg, 2006. . Since 1990, he has been living in Sydney, Australia
the Union Oyster House, Boston's oldest restaurant. During his time in the United States, Louis Philippe met with American politicians and people of high society, including George Clinton (George Clinton (vice president)), John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and George Washington. Beginnings: 1960s and early 1970s Branca started playing the guitar at age 15. He also created a number of tape sound art collage pieces for his own amusement. After attending York College in 1966
1970s Branca started playing the guitar at age 15. He also created a number of tape sound art collage pieces for his own amusement. After attending York College in 1966-1967 he started the short-lived cover band The Crystal Ship with Al Whiteside and Dave Speece in the summer of 1967. Branca studied theater at Emerson College in Boston in the early 1970s. In 1973 he moved from Boston to London with his then girlfriend Meg English. After moving back to Boston in 1974 he
, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference. Major exhibitions include Manifesta (1996), documenta X (1997), the Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Sound Art - Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo (2000), the Venice Biennale (2001, 2003 and 2005) and Portikus, Frankfurt (2004). Hausswolff received a Prix Ars Electronica award for Digital Musics in 2002. In 1939 he published his paper on Weibull distribution in probability theory and statistics. In 1941 he received a personal research professorship in Technical Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm from the arms producer Bofors. He took a young woman from Stockholm as a mistress; she bore him two children. Finally, the chapter complained to Pope Martin V and, after an investigation, in 1421 the Pope dismissed him from office. In 1426 he entered the duties of bishop of Skálholt, Iceland (Skálholt), and was formally ordained in 1430. However, three years after being ordained, the Icelandic people had enough of him, and put him in a sack and drowned him. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm
included sound installations at the Cornerhouse by Berlin based sound art collective Staalplaat Soundsystem who presented ''The Ultrasound of Therapy''; Bob Levene’s newly commissioned work ''The Space Between – Experiments for Speakers'' and Helmut Lemke’s new work ''KLANGELN 7''. There was also a performance by Norwegian female electro instrumental improv group SPUNK and Birmingham sound arts activists Dreams of Tall Buildings performing the first graphic score
working on sound-art projects with students first at Future University (Future University Hakodate) in Hakodate, Hokkaidō, Japan during the early months of 2005, and then again in September at Fabrica (Benetton Group#Fabrica), the Benetton Group "research centre" near Venice, Italy. In 2006 he was a featured artist in the Whitney Biennial in New York City, serving as an "unreliable tour guide" to visitors of the exhibition. He also kept an online blog, documenting his everyday experience, philosophies and fetishes. Momus is an atheist (atheism).
installation (installation art), sound art, ambient music and as one half of Porter Ricks dub techno. BBC - Experimental Review - Thomas Köner, Nuuk Records When it opened on May 28, 1994, the (Pepsi Max) Big One roller coaster was the tallest and steepest roller coaster in the world.
Sculpture, and Industrial Music", ''Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology'', MIT Press (2002). ISBN 0-262-73158-4. p 416–417. sound artist, musician, and composer, most of whose pieces integrate both sculpture and music in some way, and many of which make use of computers to play these instruments. Trimpin: Computers and Music, Audio
World". Momus has written for ''Wired (Wired (magazine))'', ''Vice (Vice (magazine))'', ''Index Magazine'', ''AIGA Voice'', ''032c'' and Design Observer. Momus has also been a kind of guest instructor working on sound-art projects with students first at Future University (Future University Hakodate) in Hakodate, Hokkaidō, Japan during the early months of 2005, and then again in September at Fabrica (Benetton Group#Fabrica), the Benetton Group "research centre" near Venice, Italy. In 2006 he was a featured artist in the Whitney Biennial in New York City, serving as an "unreliable tour guide" to visitors of the exhibition. He also kept an online blog, documenting his everyday experience, philosophies and fetishes. Momus is an atheist (atheism). zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan
is known for her work in film, television and stage. Gregory's work has been exhibited internationally in media art and sound art festivals. By using cut-and-paste techniques, random juxtapositions, and careful manipulations, he crafts electronic art works. His works most often take the form of gallery installations, live performances, live radio broadcasts, custom computer software and audio compact discs. Gregory's 12 Motor Bells has been on display at the Dalhousie Art Centre
with such artists' online groups as the thing, ArtNetWeb, and Rhizome. He has collaborated with English (England) French (France) sound artist Peter Sinclair (Peter Sinclair (sound artist)) on a number of works and was an active member of the artist's group Colab. from Album Felt Mountain Released November 5, 2001 (UK (United Kingdom)) September 25, 2001 (France) February 18, 2002 small>