Daisuke Ishida (b.1980,Tokyo)
Daisuke Ishida is a Berlin based artist working with sound and contemporary media.
He is interested in designing processes, physical environments in artistic contexts. His works pursue aesthetics and consequence of computer music, and seek to realize synthetic space in sound. His research includes Acoustics, Auditory Perception, Complex Systems and Machine Learning Based Algorithm.
He established AUSREIHE, an independent organization committed to experimental electronic/computer music since 2009, is involved with the artist collective NK, which is dedicated to sound art practices in Berlin. in 2005 he participated in the MobLab project, a Japanese-German media camp. Together with Ken Furudate, Kazuhiro Jo and Mizuki Noguchi, he founded The SINE WAVE ORCHESTRA and The SINE WAVE QUARTET in 2002, which received Honorary Mention in Digital Music category of the Prix ARS Electronica 2004 and Stiftung Niedersachsen work stipends for Media Art 2009 at Edith Russ Site for Media Art.
Daisuke Ishida has presented his artistic activities internationally such as ICC - InterCommunication Center(Japan), deaf - Dutch Electronic Art Festival(The Netherlands), transmediale(Germany), ART + COMMUNICATION WAVES - ARSENALS of the Latvian National Museum of Art(Latvia), SMT - Sendai Mediatheque(Japan), YCAM - Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media(Japan), International Triennale of Contemporary Art YOKOHAMA(Japan), Japan Now modern performing arts festival(Germany), MART - Museum of Art, Rovereto and Trento(Italy), Interferenze new arts festival(Italy), ISEA - Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts(USA), steim(The Netherlands), La Générale(France) and Edith Russ Site for Media Art(Germany).
Erratic Flow (2010)
This performance project is channel-independent and all sounds are digitally generated. The whole process of the performance is algorithm-based. Continuously throughout the piece, incoherent sound gestures keep overlaying and again distancing from one another, so that at any given moment in time the sound could either be very focused or distracted. This results in an unpredictable inconsistent undulatory motion of the sound, however accidental correlations may occur.