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.
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David Fodel, Brian Kane
Experimental Television Center, Owego, New York, 2008
Acela HDADD Xperiment
In January, I had the good fortune of working out some new creative ideas with Xav Perkins, aka eXceeda. We had a few weeks to develop a few concepts, one of which is the above high speed train video. Another is the Bugs Bunny edit which I have put on HDADD.
This train footage is a prototype for an installation piece we are developing – and which I think will be beautiful.
It’s a real pleasure working with Xavier. He’s an amazing editor and has boundless creative energy.
A special interactive HDADD Information Compliant Entertainment Appliance will be installed at Le Cube, Paris, from Feb through July. The opening is Jan 31, and if you can make it, please stop by. More information about the museum and show are here
I’m honored to been selected to be in this show, and I look forward to meeting some of the other fantastic artists who have created such incredible work.
For this exhibition, I have encapsulated a variety of new and old video video work into an interactive jukebox, so there is a lot of material in this piece. Thanks to everyone who helped, and I hope the work is enjoyed by all.