WORKSHOPS

Pure has been using Max since 1998 as his main tool to write software for creating music and visuals for both own and other people´s projects.

He teaches workshops since 2001 at different universities and art+science institutions.

If you are interested in workshops please get in touch.

Upcoming:

// Introduction into Max 6 @ NK Berlin 20th – 24th February 2012
Lectures:

// University of Applied Arts Vienna 2001-2004

// Soundlab at University of Fine Arts Vienna, 2005-2007

// University Hildesheim, Scenic Arts Dept., 2008-2009

// Berlin University of the Arts, Sound Studies Dept., June 2008

Past Workshops:

// NK Berlin August 2011

// NK Berlin July 2011

// NK Berlin Oct 2009

// NK Berlin June 2009

// General Public Berlin October 2008

// Berlin University of the Arts, Sound Studies Dept. June 2008

// University Hildesheim, Scenic Arts Dept. February 2008

// Soundlab at University of Fine Arts Vienna June 2007

// Ultrahung Festival Budapest March 2007

// General Public Berlin January 2007

// Datenklang Berlin December 2006

// Datenklang Berlin February 2006

// Atelier Nord Oslo November 2005

// TEKS Trondheim Electronic Art Center October 2005

// Atelier Nord Oslo June 2005

// Atelier Nord Oslo March 2005

// TEKS Trondheim Electronic Art Center March 2004

// TEKS Trondheim Electronic Art Center April 2003

// Rennes, France March 2003. Together with Johnny Dekam. Organised by Jardin Moderne, Ecole des Beaux Arts, and Sculpture Department of University of Rennes.

// State Art University Oslo February 2003

A selection of projects in which I used Max:

// Heart Chamber Orchestra, 2006 ongoing

// HUM Die Kunst des Sammelns by Julian Klein and Klangquadrat, Berlin 2008

// Ungelesen in cooperation with Daniel Sprenger and Anke Eckardt, Berlin 2006

// Bioskop by Liquid Blues Production, Berlin 2006

// RayPlayer by Fritz Biedermann, Vienna 2005

// H.A.U.E.R. by Robert M. Weiss and Doris Reisinger, Vienna 2004, 2006

// biomorph by zeitblom, Frankfurt 2004

// A Sophisticated Soiree, Graz, Linz, Berlin, Karlsruhe 2002 – 2003