Roland Emile Kuit
electronic composer | synthesis research | lecturer
| sonic art
Photography by Karin Schomaker
Roland Kuit's Sonic research (Kyma) will join a NASA exploration in
space with the OSIRIS REx *
To Asteroid 101955 Bennu.
“Space exploration is an inherently
creative activity,” said Dante Lauretta, principal investigator for OSIRIS-REx
at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
“The sound-music explorations will be
stored on the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft, where it will stay in space for millennia.”
The OSIRIS-REx launch window opens on September 3, 2016. The launch period will
last for 39 days, with a 30 minute window available each day.
will leave Cape Canaveral, Florida on an Atlas V rocket in the 411
Throughout the 39 days the characteristic energy (C3) is
fixed at 29.3km2/s2, for a launch vehicle capability of 1955 kg.
In remembrance of
Michael J. Drake
100 years DADA
Scordatura For Sixty Brown & Black
Grand Piano Bowed Resonances For Peggy Guggenheim - Roland Kuit
Teatro la Rancheria
Don Telmo, México 974, 1097,
Cdad. Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
7 - 10 September 2016
KISS 2016: Emergence
The relation between art & sound, Roland Kuit & Karin Schomaker
As a sound artist Roland Kuit dealt with numberous situations
how to create sound expositions.
This talk will take you with examples from the past till now.
Karin Schomaker will talk about her work interacting with
GRUIS/GRIT is an exploration of polarities in both sound
and image of the solid material of stone. Resonances and deflections.
Sublimation vs Consolidation. Macro-space vs
Micro-space. Roland Kuit explores the effect of impulse
responses in connection with the
massive material of
stone and space. How will the solidified atoms sound?
Karin Schomaker explores space, movement with layers using
modular synthesis in image creation.
De Montfort University Leicester, UK
14-06-2016 Interviews Roland Kuit's music into Space by
NASA's OSIRIS REx mission (in Dutch):
De Telegraaf and NRC (14-06-2016):
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