David Sheppard. Image courtesy of the artist.
2013 Spring Sound Series
Eric Singer. Credit: Elizabeth Keating.
Eric SingerA leading expert in the use of sensors and robotics in multimedia systems
Victor Gama. Credit: Najib Nafib.
Victor GamaVictor Gama’s work addresses the relationship between instrument building and music composition, while using new technologies and the creative practices of Africa and the Diaspora.
Christopher Janney, Harmonic Convergence, 2011. Credit: PhenomenArts.
Christopher JanneyCreating a sense of spontaneity in the urban landscape
Arnold DreyblattMedia artist and composer explores audio visual perception and memory
EVENING PERFORMANCE September 27, 2014 7:00 pm Media Lab, E14-674
Trimpin, Image from the film Trimpin: The Sound of Invention, 2009. Credit: Peter Esmonde.
TrimpinIn his creative experiments, Trimpin engages the visual, spatial, and kinetic properties of sound to “play instruments in such a way that no matter how complex the composition of the timing, it can be pushed over the limits.”
Tristan Perich, 1 Bit Symphony, 2010. Credit: D Yee.
Tristan PerichIn composing, Tristan Perich opens up the sound-making possibilities of the raw machinery itself, always “getting one step closer to the flow of electricity through the microchip.
Julia Ogryzidiak, Okeanos, 2012. Credit: RJ Muna
Julia OgrydziakCreating experiential art works and performances that draw from architecture, art, electronic music, science, nature, and more
Andy Cavatorta. Image courtesy of the artist.
Andy CavatortaThrough the design of such complex and experimental instruments, Andy Cavatorta explores the ways in which we create meaning through sound.
Hauschka performs at the CAST Marathon Concert. Credit: L. Barry Hetherington.
HauschkaFueled by a love of rhythm, Hauschka’s (Volker Bertelmann) classicist training, chamber music sensibilities and pop cultural interests all come together to create playful, unpredictable and inventive music.
Mark Stewart. Credit: Christine Southworth.
Mark StewartMulti-instrumentalist, guitarist, composer, and instrument designer
Suzanne Bocanegra. Credit: Peter Serling.
Suzanne BocanegraSuzanne Bocanegra’s visual art draws upon sound and movement as she coaxes new meanings from the intersections of these modalities.
Pamela Z, Ars Electronica, 2008. Photo: Rubra.