The Arts Center of the Capital Region, 265 River Street, Troy, NY
April 24, 2012 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Compositions and improvisations by members of the RPI Experimental Telepresence Seminar Directed by Professor Pauline Oliveros
Tintinnabulate with featured guest artists Christine Sun Kim and David Whalen
Suggested donation: $5
Introduction by Jill Rafferty-Weinisch and Pauline Oliveros
Hidden Treasures -Deborah Egloff with Christine Sun Kim
Atacama- Evan-Daniel Rose-Gonzalez -
Digital Vistas - Jonas Braasch with David Whalen, digital artist
Human Surrogate - Joshua Shinavier, Isaiah DuPree
Disorderly/Orderly - Doug Van Nort -
Electrochaotic Ascent - Zovi (James McEntee)
Human Surrogate (redux) Joshua Shinavier, Isaiah DuPree
Remnants - Sean Russell
Jonas Braasch is an experimental soprano saxophonist and aural architect with interests in Telematic Music and Intelligent Music Systems.
Doug Van Nort is a composer, performer and sound-focused researcher whose work explores the sculpting and radical transformation of his sonic environment, immersion and improvisation with/through machines. He is also co-advisor for Tintinnabulate.
Zovi (James McEntee) has been making experimental electronic music for five years and has more recently been exploring the world of power electronics and harsh noise in quirky and unusual ways, as well as finding experimental ways to play the theremin.
Joshua Shinavier is a PhD student and software developer whose work explores the boundaries between Web Science, knowledge representation, and human perception.
Evan-Daniel Rose-González is a composer and game designer from Brooklyn, New York. He studied electric bass, upright bass, composition and percussion at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and is now an undergraduate in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Electronic Arts department. First Nations is an experimental telematic game that utilizes direct interaction with a synthetic environment to modify sound.
Sean Russell is an 18 year-old electronic artist and musician from Troy, New York. His piece "Remnants" is a reinterpretation of the video chat connection, exploring computer-aided human connection and how the exchange of creative ideas can benefit.