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Praxis, Theoria, Poesis

I’m grateful to Stewart Butterfield for making me aware of this quote by John Adams, which I here repost from his Sylloge blog, for the purposes of my own reference and safekeeping: I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy. My sons ought to study mathematics […]

Art and Code recap!

I’ve finally recovered from directing ART AND CODE, a conference about “programming environments for artists, young people, and the rest of us” that we held at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh from March 6-9th. The conference featured 26 workshops in 11 different arts-programming languages, and lecture presentations by fifteen or so of the key innovators […]

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 […]

“ART AND CODE” Conference at CMU, March 7-9

From March 7-9, I will be directing ART AND CODE, a conference on “Programming Environments for Artists, Young People and the Rest of Us“, held on the campus of Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh. Come join us! This conference is going to be a remarkable summit of sorts, as it will feature presentations and hands-on workshops […]

Complete “Ursonography” performance video now online

The work isn’t finished until it’s documented, a friend of mine used to say. Thus I’m delighted to announce that a complete performance of “Ursonography” (my live-typography performance with virtuoso sound-poet Jaap Blonk) is now hosted online at Vimeo. This is an authoritative documentation of our February 2007 concert at the STUK center in Leuven, […]