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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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Digital Dreams Careers Lecture Series: Catherine Katsaforous, Wilen Media

Tabler Performance Space, 6:45 Wednesday, March 5, 2008 Catherine, a Project Manager and a former Stony Brook Alumnus, will share her experiences, challenges, and breakthroughs entering the ‘real world’ with a degree in Art and a background in Computer Engineering. She will offer insights on working in a marketing firm as someone who oversees creative projects in print, web, and other …

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Digital Dreams Careers Lecture Series: Brian Li, Chyron Corporation

Tabler Performance Space, 6:45 Wednesday,February 20, 2008 For over four decades and counting, the Chyron name has been synonymous with brilliant graphics for live broadcast and production. A former SBU Computer Science student Brian Li will talk about getting into the game industry. Digital Dreams Careers Lecture Series: Matthew de Ganon, SVP, Emerging Businesses and The Weather Channel Interactive,, Tabler Performance Space, 6:45 Wednesday, …

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Digital Dreams Careers Lecture Series: Matthew de Ganon, SVP, Emerging Businesses and The Weather Channel Interactive,, Tabler Performance Space

6:45 Wednesday, February 13, 2008 Matthew de Ganon is senior vice president, and consumer applications software for The Weather Channel Interactive (TWCI). He will talk about those working in the interactive industry who are faced with a perfect storm of art, technology and commerce.

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Towards Musical Intermedia: Structuring Intermodal Connectivity by David Bithell, Lecture-MAX/MSP Demonstration

Staller 3317, 3:00 Monday, November 12, 2007 Composer, musician, and intermedia artist David Bithell creates work that explores the connections between music, theater, and performance art while engaging with new technologies and real-time interactive environments. The resulting “Experimental Music Theater” brings the precision and meticulous structure of contemporary music together with an understanding of performance, narrative, and humor drawn from …

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Artist’s Talk, Discussion, and MFA Critiques

 Coco Fusco, Staller 3216, 1:00 Thursday, October 4, 2007 Coco Fusco is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist and writer and Associate Professor at Columbia University. She has performed, lectured, exhibited and curated around the world since 1988. She is the author of English is Broken Here(The New Press,1995), The Bodies That Were Not Ours and Other Writings (Routledge/inIVA, 2001) and the editor ofCorpus …

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