Author: Dr. Mark Pilkington
July 2021: Worked alongside Dr. Adriana Riuz in compiling, editing and subtitling a video for ‘Keep It Human’ a social venture organization at the intersection of video gaming and digital philanthropy. The film highlights research in gamification of social ventures, including testimonies from partner organisations associated with the Aspect fellowship programme. Aspect is a growing […]
FutureSession: Atmospheric Memory. The reason I applied for the FutureSession bursary was to be intellectually stimulated and hear about the latest tech. savvy artworks commissioned by FutureEverything, Manchester UK. The main theme of this particular FutureSession was based on ‘Atmospheric Memory‘ an installation by the Mexican artist Rafael Lorenza-Hemmer commissioned by the Manchester International Festival, […]
Working in collaboration with instrumental composer Daniel Kidane (PhD candidate at the Guildhall School of Music, London) on his piece ‘Foreign Tongues’ for string quartet. I m producing a dynamic graphic score that utilises cross-media practice of visual computer code. Performing alongside musicians from the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) using a custom built program made with […]
Rehearsing in Manchester with the EMS VCS3 synthesizer in preparation for the xCoax 2015 conference. The conference proceedings xcoax 2015. Putney live performance @ Xcoax Conference 2015. Ricardo Climent (live game-audio engines) and Mark Pilkington (1969 VCS3) from Wunderbar Lab Berlin on Vimeo.
Ecology and nature conservation view sound as an intrinsic component of the landscape. With this idea in mind,’Howzat: An Appeal for Nature’ is a soundscape composition that studies the rural soundscape of Atherton Wildlife and Nature Meadow, Lancashire, UK. The piece brings attention to how soundscapes continuously transform through space and time. Seen as a complex […]