Kingston University Digital Arts Collective (KUDAC) is a staff-led collective based in the Music Department; KUDAC’s primary agenda is to engage with the use of technology in collaborative music making, using staff research interests as a starting point for musical exploration. The collective is open-ended and student-focused, with an emphasis on music making with a technological grounding.
KUDAC embraces a variety of approaches to both technology:
- creative computer programming
- hardware hacking/circuit bending
- audiovisual/cross-disciplinary practice
- networked performance
And music making:
- experimenting with collective composition techniques
- developing listening strategies
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that enable creative exploration
- cross-disciplinary approaches with and through technologies
It is anticipated that kudac.co.uk will document the process and progress of the collective: audio documentation can be found here; refresh your browser to update the expandable picture gallery.
Development and dissemination opportunities are currently being sought and proposals involving cross-disciplinary collaboration would be particularly welcome.
KUDAC was launched in September 2011 by Diana Salazar, John Ferguson, Louise Harris, and Oded Ben-Tal. Diana, John, and Louise all left Kingston University during the summer of 2013, but Oded continues to run the collective with new staff and students.
Contact: Oded Ben-Tal