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Thank you to our artists, sponsors and visitors! Over 20,000 came to our festival and another 72,000 visited us on the NYEAF.org and the Harvestworks.org websites. We are looking forward to NYEAF 2013!
The New York Electronic Art Festival was created to provide a responsive public … Continue reading
Celebrating the successful 2011 New York Electronic Art Festival, Harvestworks presents the WAVE(length)s: Electronic Music and Media Party @ M1-5 52 Walker Street in Manhattan (btw Broadway and Church). Proceeds will benefit Harvestworks and the New York Electronic Art Festival.
Oct 18 WAVE(length)s: Electronic Music and Media Benefit Party
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“Eigenspace” a composition for Augmented Violin (IRCAM) and multi-channel diffusion commissioned by Harvestworks. Taken from “eigenvalue”, a mathematical function used in analyzing the bowing movement, in “Eigenspace” Kimura’s musical expression is extracted by the bowing motion sensor technology, interacting with image and sounds in realtime. She will also perform her … Continue reading
Liminal is a multimedia performance that continues the tradition of visual music by combining new inventive tools such as the VideoBass, French avant garde experimental cinema tricks and customized music/video software (Max, Jitter, VDMX and Module 8). This collaboration of music and video crosses genres: experimental jazz, neo-abstract expressionism, puppetry … Continue reading
While it can be time consuming to sift through your lines of code in search of a lost semi-colon, Processing offers users the ability to seamlessly integrate with large amounts of data. In today’s day and age data is stored by many companies and businesses and is easily accessible to … Continue reading
This workshop (as part of our Audio Master Class series) will help you to understand the concepts and parameters of your digital audio workstation (GarageBand, ProTools, etc.), as well as help you to recognize subtle differences in various audio phenomena. Taught by avant-garde “balloon music” composer and sound teacher Dr. … Continue reading
Thomas Martinez will perform by broadcasting separate but interwoven field recordings made on the island to FM radio receivers placed in the grass outside of Building 10-B. The audio tracks, processed using custom made software by the artist, create a beautifully altered version of the island’s real sonic landscape by … Continue reading
“Ovals” by Ralph Hocking and Sherleen Miller (1974) is a kind of compilation of short ideas that seemed to have a common ground. Shapes on the screen are governed by the mix of adjustable sine, square and triangle waveforms. Amplitude and Frequency, complexity develops within the control and the character … Continue reading
This NYEAF workshop on Governor’s Island will introduce the audience to a world of sound based upon resonance, from the microscopic to the architectural. John Driscoll will have the audience interact with an array of his unique sound generating instruments.
John Driscoll: Sounds Out of Thin Air Workshop
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John Driscoll, Phil Edelstein, and Matt Rogalsky will present different perspectives on their work with David Tudor’s Rainforest project including: creation of resonant sculptural loudspeakers, analog and digital synthesis for sound sources, and acoustical modeling of sculptural loudspeakers in software. They will also discuss the impact of Rainforest on their … Continue reading