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MEDIALIVE brings together artists who explore forms of live audiovisual performance. This four-day festival presents a variety of approaches, discusses the technology and underlying theoretical, formal and conceptual considerations, and offers opportunities to explore live media tools first-hand.
The very notion of what it means for a work to be live, the interplay between modes of perception such as sight and sound, and the entanglement of human interaction with technology all come into focus as artists investigate the elasticity of form and content, bridging the analog and digital realms.
Stephen Scott and the Bowed Piano Ensemble
Pedigree, New Art Center, Newton, MA Sep. – Oct. 2013
Special thanks to Elizabeth Devlin for a fantastic show.
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Electronics, software, digital images, wood
17″ x 22″ x 3″
2011 collaboration with Michael Oatman
1pak, inkjet graphics on paper with rope, custom plastic bag with safety tape decal, oversize staple, 68.25 inches x 23.375 inches
Photo: Todd Bartel
See also Forest-Freshner New Car Scent
June 7–9 2013
Analog Photoshop Simulator with People
Lasercut acrylic, signed edition of 40
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in partnership with Together is pleased to announce a special one-night showcase, HDADD+ Live, featuring a real-time cinema performance by contemporary media artist Brian Kane. The live set will debut new interactive videos intermixed with never-before-seen works from the early-2000′s. A revival of content by Kane and long-time collaborator Gardner Post will provide viewers with a rich history of audio/visual explorations from the past 30-years of studio practice. The exhibition will also feature sound manipulations by DJ Darryl Hell of Brooklyn and original music by Nalepa (Los Angeles), Aerostatic (NYC), David Last (Boulder), David Fodel (Denver) and other genre-blending performers.
A handmade book project by Garnet Hertz in the field of critical technical practice and critically-engaged maker culture. Critical making is defined by Ratto as exploring how hands-on productive work – making – can supplement and extend critical reflection on the relations between digital technologies and society. It also can be thought of as an appeal to makers to be critically engaged with culture, history and society.