From the Creative Tech Week website (http://creativetechweek.nyc/)
Creative Tech Week is the premier nexus for creativity and engineering worldwide, in New York City where it belongs. Creative Technology is culture, passion, design, and art with a software-based, electronic and/or data-driven engine. Our mission is to highlight New … Continue reading
Harvestworks Presents Prerogatives of Power: The Good, The Bad, and The Perturbed
This multi-screen installation is an homage to Antonio Muntadas’ 1987 installation The Board Room. Digital videos of political leaders from around the (Obama, Trump, Putin, Cameron, Xi Jinping, Assad, Merkel, Hassan Rouhani, Hollande, Kim Jung Un etc.) are displayed on multiple … Continue reading
Harvestworks in Association with CT::SWaM presents two audio-visual multi-channel performance works that were commissioned and produced by the Harvestworks Artist-in-Residence Program.
The evening features All the more my thoughts multiply, a new work by Jane Rigler and Elizabeth Hoffman with video by Anna Weisling and The Audio Visual Matrix … Continue reading
Martha Mooke’s Dreaming in Sound: An Experiential Performance
Dreaming in Sound is an immersive large scale work for electric viola and electronic processing with interactive video (created by pioneering software artist Scott Draves). Dreaming in Sound is inspired by the sleep stage REM and the concept of lucid dreaming … Continue reading
Hyphen Hub presents The Future Body in partnership with Harvestworks and Creative Tech Week.
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky has been traveling around India recently to work on his latest project, “Heart of a River.” Starting May 2nd he will be in residence at Harvestworks working on the tech behind … Continue reading