NY MAP

Hosted by Rhizome 2009-2013, this map identifies organizations, networks, and related links throughout NYS and beyond, that offer a variety of media arts services and information. Coming soon, in 2014, Wave Farm will manage a significant overhaul of The NYS Media Arts Map. A vital connecting point for cultural organizations and the general public interested in electronic art, media, and film statewide, the new Map will dynamically profile organizations and their public programs. Online discussion and networking opportunities will facilitate communication and collaboration, while virtual tours will provide the general public with new information and access.

To ensure your organization will be included in the new Map, please contact:
info[at]wavefarm.org


[Dec 8 – Jan 23] Daniel Temkin: Light Pattern

Daniel Temkin’s Light Pattern is a language where the programmer communicates with the machine through photos. The source code, rather than appearing as text (perhaps of the “goto 10″ variety) is encoded in changes in color and exposure from one image to the next. In a daily photo practice, Temkin attempts to communicate with the machine by producing images according to the specifications of the compiler.

[Nov 24/25] A practical approach to developing large audio projects, for radio drama, sound art or sound installations.

After the overwhelming success of our current workshop with French sound documentarian Benoit Bories, we decided to offer a special workshop for artists, to work closely with Benoit on their individual projects in a small group setting. This workshop is geared towards artists who have already a professional or semi-professional practice in radio drama, sound art or sound installations.The workshop is limited to 4 people.

[Nov 21-23] Benoit Bories: In The Breath Of An Animal

The central idea in the intensive practices is to strongly accelerate the time of the various productive phases and thus to force the animal to adapt to this rhythm. Which can be the consequences of such a forced report, how saw this situation for animals gathered on small spaces in a sound and visual environment out of their natural framework of comprehension?
By the sets of sound and visual compositions, their rhythmic and their tonalities, it is proposed here to question the importance of the respect of the temporality of life of livestock.

[Nov 21-23] Benoit Bories: In The Breath Of An Animal

The central idea in the intensive practices is to strongly accelerate the time of the various productive phases and thus to force the animal to adapt to this rhythm. Which can be the consequences of such a forced report, how saw this situation for animals gathered on small spaces in a sound and visual environment out of their natural framework of comprehension?
By the sets of sound and visual compositions, their rhythmic and their tonalities, it is proposed here to question the importance of the respect of the temporality of life of livestock.

[Dec 15] New Works Residency 2015 Call For Proposals

The Harvestworks New Works Residency is a national program that offers American artists (US-residents) commissions of up to $5000 to make a new work in our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) lab. Each artist receives up to a $2000 artist fee with the balance of the award used for TEAM lab activities including research and development, sound and image production, programming and prototyping. The artist works with a team comprised of Harvestworks’ Project Manager and consultants, technicians or instructors. The proposed projects should explore new aesthetic premises and push the boundaries of conventional art forms and media.

[Nov 7/8] Christina Campanella, Latitude 14: I Went To The Lighthouse (And It Wasn’t There)

Fusing sound art and durational performance, LIGHTHOUSE is an immersive 3D sound installation that plumbs a world in which the seas have risen—in particular, the uneasy psychic terrain of an inundated New York City. Campanella’s impressionistic electronic score is designed for one live performer and a multi-tiered 8.4.1 system of speakers that surrounds the viewer/listener from all sides and above.

[Nov 7/8] Christina Campanella, Latitude 14: I Went To The Lighthouse (And It Wasn’t There)

Fusing sound art and durational performance, LIGHTHOUSE is an immersive 3D sound installation that plumbs a world in which the seas have risen—in particular, the uneasy psychic terrain of an inundated New York City. Campanella’s impressionistic electronic score is designed for one live performer and a multi-tiered 8.4.1 system of speakers that surrounds the viewer/listener from all sides and above.

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