A work-in-progress viewing of Kelley Meister’s piece Where Do We Go From Here?, a three-channel interactive video installation that explores the future possibilities of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. .
Thursday November 19 at 7pm FREE
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Blake Shaw will present a work in progress titled “The Bridge”. The Bridge is a project to facilitate real-time collaborations amongst artist across borders using Nomad OS, a modular peer-to-peer live streaming video software currently in development that allows video, graffiti, and performance artists to collaborate on projects across space in cities and with people they would otherwise be unable to physically visit due to international immigration law, starting in Israel and Palestine.
Leaders in Software and Art was founded in 2009 to bring together the community of software and electronic artists, creative coders, data visualists, curators, collectors, digital and interactive agencies, and others who make their careers at the intersection of art and technology. Continue reading
Luise Steuckart creates virtually living sculptures in a realtime 3D environment. By questioning the concept of movement, Steuckart wants to amplify the astonishment of the spectator by creating compositions or settings that generate tranquil poetic images and appear as dreamlike images in which fiction and reality meet, well-known tropes merge, meanings shift, space and time bend. She finds that movement reveals an inherent awkwardness, a humour that echoes our own vulnerabilities. Continue reading
As part of his Certificate Study, Confluence is live image projection by photographer R Scott Davis and guitar improvisation by Tommy Martinez. The duo was formed during Davis’ study at Harvestworks where he worked with programmer Tommy Martinez to develop a custom visual improvisational tool to project his photos. Continue reading
TRANSART INSTITUTE in partnership with Harvestworks is offering up to one semester of advanced standing to you if you completed the Harvestworks Certificate Program and wish to embark on their MFA in Fine Art and New Media. The Harvestworks Certificate programs have been developed in order to provide a more … Continue reading
Caroline Chen’s “Magic Touch” showcases the artist inside a virtual space controlling images through hand gestures via a Kinect. Hands and other joints control the direction of the ripples, the degree of dampness and the rotation of the image/painting. Nicholas Patterson’s “For Bass Viol” aims to capture some of the … Continue reading
“Snuff” is a workshop to create a device that amplifies wireless internet traffic, bluetooth data transfer, mobile phones, microwaves and other devices with electromagnetic activity in the 2.4 GHz range. Students will construct and experiment with a portable device able to amplify and de-modulate frequency ranges between 0.1 to 2.4 … Continue reading
What happens when three goldfish, not known for musicality, put their fins together to create sounds? This question seeks an answer in Fish Trio – an installation that uses MAX/MSP/Jitter and digital cameras in order to turn the movements of swimming fish into a sonic experience. The project is interested in … Continue reading
As part of our University Partnership Program several students & faculty from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music have been at Harvestworks for three weeks, studying interactive arts and developing their own projects. Following a performance at The Tank a day earlier, this is their final project presentation!