GenComp Collective

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The GenComp Collective, Berlin (Alberto de Campo, Hannes Hoelzl, and students, alumni and associates of the class Generative Art / Computational Art at UdK Berlin) explores the use of such systems for experimental performance. They use current developments like Rob Hordijk’s chaotic synthesizers (the Benjolin and the Blippoo box), Peter Blasser’s hybrid designs Fourses and the Rollz family of modules; they design, build and program their own performance systems based on a variety of sensors, analog electronics, and software synthesis.