DATA 55.0 ~

Where: Studios One and Two Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin
When: 18:30-21:30, February 8th 2013
Admission: Free
Speakers include:

Nurit Bar-Shai is an interdisciplinary artist who works at the intersection of art, science, and technology. She composes video, live telematic installations, and conducts experiments with live organisms through creative collaborative inquiry. Bar-Shai is the co-founder and the Art and Culture Director at Genspace NYC, Inc., a community Bio-Tech lab in Brooklyn NY.

Peter Edwards New York/Amsterdam based artist Peter Edwards has been designing and performing on experimental instruments and musical environments for over a decade under the name Casperelectronics. His work explores the definition of intended functionality and consistently challenges the process of performance. He works extensively with interlinked sound and light generation to create immersive musical experiences.

Phillip Stearns received his MFA in music composition and integrated media from the Cal Arts in 2007 and his BS in music technology from UC Denver in 2005. Deconstruction, dissection, and reconfiguration are methods he commonly employs in his hands-on approach of using electronics to create phenomenological works of light and sound. Through the application of extended techniques for electronic media, the circuit is explored as a means for sculpting electricity and a site for critical inquiry

LoVid and Sean Montgomery Kyle Lapidus of the interdisciplinary artist duo LoVid and Sean Montgomery, new media artist, electrical and computer engineer, will discuss recent collaborative projects including a locative multimedia work entitled iParade and focusing on the new work showing at Science Gallery Dublin entitled Telephone Rewired. Telephone Rewired is an audiovisual installation that examines and modulates neuronal oscillations in the brain to impact cognition and consciousness.


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This event is funded by the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin.

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