[Nov 28th] Newsletter

Happenings This Week! Wednesday Nov 30th @ 6 – 10 pm DECIPHERING RANDOMNESS Workshop by Robert Lisek Creativity and the search for original solutions, creative coding, building of new compositions, performances and prototypes, requires the extension of intellectual tools, including the replacement of simple generative techniques with probabilistic methods as… Continue reading

[From the Archive] Wolf Eyes April 22, 2002

On April 22, 2002, Michigan’s Wolf Eyes  presented their experiments in modified electronics and crude tape manipulations.  The performed a short set to demonstrate their homemade instruments as well as showing of their many handmade cassette and CD releases. They are back!  We just completed the digitization of that performance. Continue reading

Office Closed on Holidays

It’s Happy Holiday Time!  We’re closed on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 26th), Christmas Day (25th) and New Year’s Day (1st). We may also be closing early on the 24th and 31st, so call or email before you come in – just to make sure… Contact: carolp[AT]harvestworks.org   Continue reading

Harvestworks International Art Collective presents

Harvestworks International Art Collective (HIAC) is an experimental multimedia group which works with music, art and technology. Founded in 2013 at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, this New York based group is comprised of artists, musicians, designers and technologists of different backgrounds and nationalities. The group works with various traditional… Continue reading

[Apr 5/6] Sonic Archaeology Workshop

The workshop will equip participants with a range of practical techniques for audible, forensic examination of both the material and immaterial. A series of experimental situations will be constructed, investigating materials through audible excitation, transformation and detection including ultrasound, light modulation, surface playback, and electrochemistry. The workshop will also examine classical techniques for the study of electronic voice phenomena (EVP), and suggest new detection strategies. Continue reading