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Interactive projections for Richard III, at CMU

For Matt Gray’s production of Richard III at Carnegie Mellon, MFA student Riley Harmon and I developed an interactive projection system of “static noise” on the bodies of actors playing the roles of “ghosts”. An infrared computer vision system built in openFrameworks is used to track the bodies of the “ghost” performers. Imagery of a […]

Gibson/Recoder Live Cinema Performance at CMU, Wed. March 3

Live cinema artists, Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder will make a public performance and presentation next Wednesday at CMU! My lab, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, once again partners with Professor Melissa Ragona to bring an artist lecture/performance to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (March 3) at 6:30pm is an event featuring Sandra […]

Eric Singer Lecture/Performance at CMU, Wed. Feb. 17th

Robotics artist Eric Singer will make a public lecture/performance next Wednesday at CMU!The lab I direct, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, is partnering with Professor of Art Melissa Ragona to bring a series of artist lecture/performances to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (February 17th) at 6:30pm is a presentation by […]

A Juxtaposition: John Cage vs. Sam Taylor-Wood

“When a violinist plays, which is incidental: the arm movement or the bow sound? Try arm movement only.” — Yoko Ono, ‘To the Wesleyan People’, 1966. [I’m grateful to Dawn Weleski for finding this quote]. The BBC orchestras have been getting an unusual and highly conceptual workout of late. I have been mulling over the […]

Messa di Voce Performance in NYC, Monday February 23!

I’m delighted to announce the US premiere of Messa di Voce (by Golan Levin,  Zachary Lieberman, Jaap Blonk and Joan La Barbara), in a free concert at NYU’s Frederick Loewe Theater on Monday, February 23 at 8pm. If you’re in New York City, please come see it! Complete information can be found here. Tickets are […]