Live session filmed at Tony Bianco’s Garden Cottage near the Shropshire Hills, with Faith Brackenbury on Viola with effects pedals and Tony Bianco on Drums and Bass.
Most people find it quite easy to figure out who is talking, and when, just through hearing. However, computers find this very difficult. Aiden Hogg takes us through how computers do this now, and how his research makes allows computers to do this more easily. Produced by Amyric Films for Imperial College London’s Computer Science Outreach Program.
How Robots See: The Mystery of the Convolutional Filter
Charlie Houseago teaches us about one of the most powerful tools available for computer vision: the convolutional filter. Produced for Imperial College London’s Computer Science Outreach Program.
The improvised jazz pianist plays a lyrical piece in the Lancaster Baptist Church.
An engaging history of Southwark told by its residents. In collaboration with MetaPlay.
Alex von Schlippenbach plays a piano solo at his home in Berlin during the filming of ‘Jazz Shaman’:
A short musical extract made during recent filming with Dave Liebman in Birmingham for the documentary Jazz Shaman. here he is playing with Vein at the Birmingham Conservatoire where he was giving a talk to the students.
The Jazz Shaman is taking shape. Here’s a trailer for the project with interviews and live sessions from German pianist Alex von Schlippenbach, American saxophonist, Dave Liebman, American drummer Tony Bianco and British Saxophone player Paul Dunmall:
Luigi Nono – La Lontananza Nostalgica Utopica Futura.
Peter Sheppard Skaerved – Violin (Amati 1629).
Tom Mudd – Electronics.
Immo Horn – Video & Edit
February 22nd 2015 (Great Hall, Goldsmiths College, London)