User:Andrea Bornivelli/sandbox

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Sandbox Projects[edit]

1) Project:Translating Renato Angiolini page from Italian to English.

2) Project:Updating Lovebytes page

Renato Angiolini[edit]

Renato Angiolini born in Gallarate, Italy (9 November 1923-3 February 1985) He has been a pianist and composer

Biography[edit]

Dopo essersi diplomato in pianoforte al Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Milano, inizia nel secondo dopoguerra a lavorare come compositore e trascrittore alle edizioni musicali Radio Record Ricordi e poi, a partire dal 1958, come arrangiatore presso la Dischi Ricordi. Sempre negli anni '50 fa parte di alcuni complessi jazz, di cui il più rilevante è il quintetto del sassofonista Eraldo Volonté (con Sergio Fanni alla tromba, Alceo Guatelli al contrabbasso e Leonello Bionda alla batteria), con cui, nel gennaio del 1958, partecipa al III Festival del Jazz di Sanremo. Collabora in varie occasioni con Giorgio Gaber, scrivendo tra le altre L'alfabeto del cielo, che viene presentata da Tony Renis al Burlamacco d'oro del 1960; scrive inoltre le musiche di alcuni brani per Maria Monti. La maggior parte dei suoi lavori spesso non è firmata o rintracciabile mediante nome e cognome: difatti preferì servirsi di uno pesudonimo, TOANG, il quale conteneva la fine del nome e l'inizio del cognome. Paretcipa al Festival di Sanremo 1965 come compositore con Le colline sono in fiore, canzone che ottiene molto successo nell'interpretazione di Wilma Goich; a partire dall'anno successivo è tra i direttori d'orchestra dei cantanti della Ricordi. Come compositore ritorna al Festival di Sanremo 1968 con Da bambino, interpretata da Massimo Ranieri e dai Giganti. Come solista ha pubblicato album di liscio e di rielaborazioni di musica folk.


Lovebytes[edit]

Lovebytes
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Website
www.lovebytes.org.uk

Lovebytes is a digital arts organisation based in Sheffield, UK, established in 1994 and best known for the Lovebytes International Festival of Digital Art.[1] Founded by Jon Harrison[2] and Janet Jennings[3] who are the directors of the organisation.

Lovebytes[4] explores the cultural and creative potential of digital technology. The festival is a platform for innovative and experimental new work in the fields of digital art, music, film, interactive media and creative software. The programme includes specially commissioned multimedia performances and interactive installations in public spaces supported by film screenings, talks, workshops and educational projects. Lovebytes is a not-for-profit limited company supported by the Arts Council England.


Projects[edit]

Paradise Website Commission (1997) Paradise. is a web project [5] initiated by the innovative UK arts ensemble Forced Entertainment Commissioned by Lovebytes as part of the Channel Metropolis series, funded by the Arts Council England

Hypertribes (1998) City wide new media public art installations.[6][7] Showroom Cinema, Sheffield (16 March - 25 April)

  • Event Details:
  • Vanishing points of view[8] by Mike Lawson Smith [9] at Furnival Gate
  • Stone Troupers [10] by Steve Hawley[11] & Jonathan Allen[12] at Division Street
  • Hyperphilately[13] by Simon Poulter [14] at Sheffield Post Office, Fitzalan Square
  • Provincially/Provisionally [15] by Andrew Stones[16] at Sheffield's New Town Hall
  • Flocked[17] by Lulu Quinn[18] at the House of Fraser in Sheffield High Street
  • Remote Systems [19] Premium Leisure at Ponds Forge Sports Centre[20] in Commercial Street

Lovebytes Lite (2003) Live performances by Mark Fell[21] and Jez Potter (SND, Shirt Trax).[22] at Sheffield Millennium Gallery.

Lovebytes (2005-2009)[23] A plasma screen installation at Sheffield Millennium Gallery. in collaboration with Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust.

Digital Space (2006-2008) [24][25] Showroom Cinema. A programme of events and exhibitions in collaboration with Showroom Workstation. Including work by: Vicki Bennett[26][27] (People Like Us), Blast Theory,[28] Steve Hawley,[29] Derek Lodge,[30] Terry Smith,[31] Single Shot,[32] Simon Warner,[33] Caroline Locke,[34] Andrew Kotting,[35] Janek Schaefer, Nullpointer. [36]

The Big Byte (2009)[37] The Big Byte was a year long-programme of events supported by Arts Council England and Screen Yorkshire[38] and delivered in partnership by various community organisations in Sheffield including: Sheffield Children's Festival,.[39] Sheffield Young Singers[40] and Showcomotion Film Festival.[41]

Designosaurs! (2011)[42][43] A digital art project combining craft, computers and the creative imaginations of over 1,500 Sheffield school children, culminating in an interactive exhibition at the Sheffield Children's Festival.[44][45]

Publications[edit]

DSP 1 Audio CD and CD ROM released in May 2000. Part of the Digital Space Programme, a commissioning scheme for exhibition digital publications.

DSP 2 Volatile Media DVD publication and exhibition released March 2002. Including work by People Like us, Alex Peverett,[46], Steve Hawley.[47]

DSP 3 CD ROM publication and exhibition released in March 2003. Featuring. Nullpointer, [48].

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Digital Artist tool up article (march 2003) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  2. ^ [2] Jon harrison ltd. Company profile Retrieved 01-03-2014
  3. ^ [3] Janet Jennings Company profile Retrieved 01-03-2014
  4. ^ [4] Festival explores symbiosis between craft and digital art (2010) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  5. ^ [5] Forced Entertainment (1998) Internet project Retrieved 01-03-2014
  6. ^ [6] LoveBytes Hypertribes Introduction article Retrieved 01-03-2014
  7. ^ [7] BBC News Multimedia art gets streetwise (1998) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  8. ^ [8] Indipendent UK article: The green room: Where Every Surfer Wants to Be (1998) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  9. ^ [9] Mike Lawson official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  10. ^ [10] Stone Trooper (1998) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  11. ^ [11] Steve Hawley Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  12. ^ [12] Stone Troupers, video installation (1998) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  13. ^ [13] Hypertribes.org.uk/hyperphilately Retrieved 01-03-2014
  14. ^ [14] Simon Poulter Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  15. ^ [15] Andrew Stones: Collaborative and public art works Retrieved 01-03-2014
  16. ^ [16] Andrew Stone Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  17. ^ [17] Lulu Quinn project page Retrieved 01-03-2014
  18. ^ [18] Lulu Quinn Statement Retrieved 01-03-2014
  19. ^ [19] BBC News Multimedia art gets streetwise (1998) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  20. ^ [20] Ponds Forge Sports Centre official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  21. ^ [21] Mark Fell official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  22. ^ [22] Good news about space, or london 2000. Joe Potter as Shirt Trax Retrieved 01-03-2014
  23. ^ [23] Giorgio Sancristoforo Screen installation Retrieved 01-03-2014
  24. ^ http://www.digicult.it/news/lovebytes-2007/] Lovebytes 2007 varie locations (13-20 may 2007), Retrieved 01-03-2014
  25. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/southyorkshire/content/articles/2007/05/09/lovebytes_festival_2007_preview.shtml] Lovebytes festival BBC article (2007) Retreived 01-03-2014
  26. ^ [24] Vicki Bennett Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  27. ^ [25] Lovebytes commission to make 3 screen A/V film "Work, Rest & Play" Retrieved 01-03-2014
  28. ^ [26] Blast Theory official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  29. ^ [27] Steve Hawley Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  30. ^ [28] Derek Lodge Musical report Retrieved 01-03-2014
  31. ^ http://shelf3d.com/1nDCmSjrdnU#Terry%20Smith%20Day%203%20Lovebytes%202007] Terry Smith Day 3 Lovebytes (May 16th, 2007) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  32. ^ http://www.single-shot.co.uk] Single Shot official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  33. ^ http://www.simonwarner.co.uk/biography/ Simon Warner Biography Retreived 01-03-2014
  34. ^ http://www.carolinelocke.org/doc/Caroline_Locke_CV.pdf] Caroline Locke CV Retrieved 01-03-2014
  35. ^ http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Andrew-Kötting/1302631188] Andrew Kotting web reference profile (Feb.2008) Retrieved 01-03-2014
  36. ^ http://www.nullpointer.co.uk/content/] Nullpointer official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  37. ^ [29] Lovebytes article Retrieved 01-03-2014
  38. ^ [30] Official Website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  39. ^ [31] Sheffield Children's Festival official website
  40. ^ [32] Sheffield Young Singers official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  41. ^ [33] SHOWCOMOTION: YOUNG PEOPLE'S FILM FESTIVAL Retrieved 01-03-2014
  42. ^ [34] Designosaurs Retrieved 01-03-2014
  43. ^ [35] Designosaurs! Exhibition and Public Workshop Retrieved 01-03-2014
  44. ^ [36] Sheffield Children's Festival official website Retrieved 01-03-2014
  45. ^ [37] Facebook group Retrieved 01-03-2014
  46. ^ http://alexanderpeverett.com/index.php?/about-this-site/] Alexander Peverett Biography Retreived 01-03-2014
  47. ^ [38] Steve Hawley Biography Retrieved 01-03-2014
  48. ^ http://www.nullpointer.co.uk/content/] Nullpointer official website Retrieved 01-03-2014

External links[edit]

Official Website