Archive for March, 2009
Teri Rueb and myself are organizing the Digital+Media Symposium on “Embodiment & Mobility” for Friday, April 3rd 2009 at RISD in Providence, US. Please distribute widely and reserve your space – we hope you can make it despite of the short notice! More information is as http://dm.risd.edu/news/2009/03/embodiment-mobility-a-digitalmedia-symposium-on-april-3rd/ and below. Many speakers will talk about sound in their embodied and mobile art practice.
The Symposium Embodiment & Mobility takes place on Friday, April 3rd on the 4th floor of the CIT building (see below). We will have a morning session starting at 9:30, the afternoon session will start after lunch at 2:30 and finish around 5pm. We will then have drinks at a newly-opened D+M student curated exhibition across the road.
At 6pm Chris Salter will give a talk as part of the “Music and Body” Colloquium at Brown’s Read the rest of this entry »
Aural City (organised by Sound Studies, Holger Schulze) is targeting small and medium-size businesses in the Berlin area who plan to work with sound. The seminar deals with acoustic communications, with three key themes: Urban Sound Planning, Functional Sounds and Sound Branding. It takes place 24-25 April and 7-8 May.
Lalya Gaye is teaching a “Mobile Technology Workshop” at the RISD Digital+Media department and invited Brian House to give a lecture on “Subversive (Mobile) Storytelling” on Monday 16th March between 11.30am and 1pm, room 413, CIT/Mason building. Please come and join us if you are in the area!
And yes, the department has a shiny new website – check it out!
Brian House is a bricoleur interested in art, code, and cognition. Currently, he is Creative Technologist at Local Projects, a design studio in New York working primarily with museums and public spaces. Additionally, he is one-half of Knifeandfork, an art group investigating algorithmic narrative and everyday performance. With Knifeandfork, he is currently doing a residency at LA’s MOCA for the spring of 2009. Some of Brian’s work include Yellow Arrow, a seminal project in locative media that involved cities, stickers, and mobile phones and Read the rest of this entry »