News Atau Tanaka gives lecture in Poland on Music and AI. 31 October 2023 Atau Tanaka visted Poland in October 2023 to give a lecture on Music and AI at the Bielskie Centrum Kultury. His talk delved into the topic of the possibilities of human interaction with AI during the creative process. Generations of Generative Music 26 June 2023 Atau Tanaka has published a new article exploring the “rich, and at times contested, history of computer music” for the Contemporary Art Gallery Unit, London. In-tensions: Classical Music and Audiovisual Performance 7 April 2023 In-tensions – part of the REALTIME seminar series hosted by The Centre for Sound, Technology and Culture – took place on 7th April 2023 at Goldsmiths College. Giusy Caruso and Umut Eldem from the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp in Belgium gave a fascinating collaborative presentation of practice research into piano, interactive electronics and audiovisuals. The event was hosted by Professor Atau Tanaka, co-founded of the CSTC, and was supported by the Departments of Computing, Music, and MCCS at Goldsmiths. Live Visuals: History, Theory and Practice – Book Launch and After Party 5th and 6th November 2022 To celebrate the publication of this volume of innovative and wide-ranging research, two events took place on the 5th and 6th of November 2022, bringing together the book’s authors, editors, practitioners, scholars and members of the public. The Politics of Vibration with Marcus Boon 1 November 2022 On the 1st of November 2022, The Centre for Sound, Technology and Culture invited Marcus Boon, author of the recently published book The Politics of Vibration: Music as a Cosmopolitical Practice (Duke University Press, 2022), to speak about his work, share music and stimulate discussion around the question of how music constructs a vibrational space of individual and collective transformation. Goldsmith’s Sonics Immersive Media Lab (with its 12.2 sound system) provided the perfect context for immersive listening and engaging discussion. Assamblages and their Affordances: Sonic, Embodied, Technological, Instrumental 12 February 2022 On the 12th of February 2022, The Centre for Sound, Technology and Culture hosted a day-long research colloquium in Goldsmiths’ SIML space, St James Church. The event brought together student researchers, academic staff and guest speakers from the departments of Music, Computing and Media, Communications and Cultural Studies. CSTC x Iklectik: Sharing Through Sound 5 November 2021 On the 5th of November 2021, Goldsmiths’ Centre for Sound, Technology and Culture (CSTC) teamed up with Iklectik Art Lab to present a day of research exploring the intersections of sound, technology, and the body. Presentations by Masters and PhD students preceded an afternoon of talks by researchers working on a wide range of complimentary research topics. An evening of live performances (open to the public) put theory into practice and brought the event to a spectacular finale.