Obsess, Profess, Process

 

Obsess, Profess, Process

December 11, 2005 4:00 PM - 4:00 AM

Open Studios with Electronic Artists Open studios at IEAR (Integrated Electronic Arts at Rensselaer) on Sunday, December 11th, will showcase new work by MFA candidates at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Open studios is a public exhibition of both works in progress and finished pieces with the artists themselves available to discuss their work; some of the work will be formally installed, performed or screened, and other pieces will be displayed in the artists studios. Their work covers diverse conceptual and aesthetic terrain and manifests through multiple mediums including sound, video, performance, and installation. Marshall Trammell "Improvised Spaces, Design and Autonomous Development" examines democratic power dynamics as explored through improvised music. Zulma Aguir’s “Turnstyle” uses interactive installation and is influenced by her sensibility to the bifocal perspective of border culture in which she lived in Calexico, California. Noah Marchal “Catcher” is a network of software and computer hardware that accepts biological input to affect the sequencing of sound. Yael Kanarek will show a work-in-progress from her ongoing project “World of Awe”. Plus “The Stray Technologies Project” by Wil Lindsay, “Parsons' Cove” by Jesse Pearlman Karlsberg, “Seven Deadly Bots” by Boryana Rossa and new work from Alex Chechile, Caterina De Re, Dara Greenwald, and Vodstrup. Stills of work are available for publication. EVENT DETAILS: Event: Obsess, Profess, Process: Open Studios with Electronic Artists Date: Sunday, December 11, 2005 Place: West Hall Gallery 111, Rensselaer Campus, Troy, NY, (with parking for the event in the West Lot off of Sage Avenue) Time: 4:00 pm Open Studios and Reception; 7:00 pm Performances Additional information on each of these artist may be found in the student section at www.arts.rpi.edu. For more information call (518) 276-4829.
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