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Oramics: Atlantis Anew

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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2012

The Science Museum commissioned artist and writer Aura Satz to make an artist's film inspired by the Oramics Machine. The Oramics Machine is a proto-synthesiser developed by Daphne Oram in the 1960s and 1970s and was added to the Science Museum's collection in 2010. Both the film Oramics:Atlantis Anew and the Oramics Machine are part of the temporary exhibition Oramics to Electronica: Revealing Histories of Electronic Music, which will be on display in the Science Museum until December 2012. As well as sounds created by the Oramics Machine, the film features recordings of Daphne reading from chapter 1 and 2 of her book An Individual Note on Sound Music and Electronics (1971)

Visit our Oramics to Electronica exhibition:http://sciencemuseum.org.uk/oramics

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