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Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2011’

Data Sensorium Kick-Off Colloquium!

Presented by cDACT: Daniel Weymouth (Interim Director), Tamara Berg (Computer Science), Zabet Patterson (Art) and Margaret Schedel (Music), along with Kevin Yager (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Support from a Brookhaven National Laboratory/Stony Brook University Seed Grant Special Thanks to: Humanities Institute at Stony Brook & The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Stony Brook University, Friday October 21, 2011 4-9pm The …

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Sonic Residues, Curated by Christa Erickson, Zabet Patterson, Margaret Schedel, and Tamara Berg

SAC (Student Activities Center) Gallery Exhibition, April 29 – May 12, 2008 May 12, 2008: 5-7 pm Gallery Reception, 7:30 pm Concert at Wang Center Theatre 9 pm DJ/VJ Party at the University Cafe Our hearing’s
 asymmetrical: noticed sounds surprise us;
 echoes of shouts we make transform our
 voices; straight line of sound from us to
 shore’s followed by echo’s slithering
 …

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Sonic Residues, Curated by Christa Erickson, Margaret Schedel, and Zabet Patterson

SAC (Student Activities Center) Gallery Exhibition, April 29 – May 12, 2008 May 12, 2008: 5-7 pm Gallery Reception, 7:30 pm Concert at Wang Center Theatre 9 pm DJ/VJ Party at the University Cafe Our hearing’s
 asymmetrical: noticed sounds surprise us;
 echoes of shouts we make transform our
 voices; straight line of sound from us to
 shore’s followed by echo’s slithering
 …

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Sonic Residues Lecture Series: Pamela Z

Wang Center Chapel, 3:00 Monday, May 12, 2008 Pamela Z is a composer/performer who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, sampled sounds, and The BodySynth™ gesture controller. She has also composed scores for dance, film, and new music chamber ensembles. Her audio works have been presented in exhibitions at the Whitney in NY and the …

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Seriality, Recording and the Aesthetics of the Database, Melissa Ragona

HISB 1006, 4:00 Wednesday, May 7, 2008 Melissa Ragona is Assistant Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Ragona’s critical and creative work focuses on sound design, film theory and new media practice and reception. Her essay, “Hidden Noise: Strategies of Sound Montage in the Films of Hollis Frampton,” appeared in the journal, October in 2004. She is currently completing a book manuscript: Readymade …

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Digital Dreams Careers Lecture Series: Manuel Prossli, CEO of the NY Dance Project and cicfilms

6:45 Wednesday, April 30, 2008 What is a screenwriter, director, or producer in film? What does storytelling in terms of motion pictures, a screenplay, mean? What different types of screenplays are there and how does the approach for a writer vary? How does directing actors, the following-one-vision principle and underlying screenplay come all together? Does the choice of shooting angle influence …

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Zabet Patterson, Splitting the Screen, HISB Faculty Lecture Series

HISB 1008, 4:30 Wednesday, April 30, 2008 Zabet Patterson specializes in the history and theory of digital media with a particular emphasis on the the intersection of art and computational media in the postwar period. She received her PhD in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley in 2007. Her dissertation, entitled Visionary Machines: A Genealogy of the Digital Image, was supported by fellowships from the …

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Digital Dreams Careers/Sonic Residues Lecture Series: Margaret Schedel, Stony Brook Music Faculty and KinesthetechSense

6:45 Wednesday, April 16, 2008 Sounddesign can shape the visuals sometimes as much as the visuals can shape the sound. Sound exaggerates action or mediates it. Sound designers and composers combine and vary sounds to create unique effects or music required by the production. The experts on various aspects of sound design and computer music from the Music department discuss possible …

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Artificial Reproduction Technologies Conference

April 5, 2008 Keynotes by cDACT’s Zabet Patterson and Margaret Schedel A graduate student conference at Stony Brook Manhattan sponsored by Women’s Studies, Artificial Reproduction Technologies, will question long-held conceptions of life, gender and personhood, and offer new possibilities for the creation of gendered subjectivities and foundations for altering identities. These technologies are often thought of as limited to the sciences, …

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Sonic Residues Lecture Series: Luke DuBois

HISB 1008, 4:30 Wednesday, March 26, 2008 R. Luke DuBois is a composer, performer, video artist, and programmer living in New York City. He holds a doctorate in music composition from Columbia University and teaches interactive sound and video performance at Columbia’s Computer Music Center and at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University. He has collaborated on interactive performance, installation, …

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