Sound is inspiring artists from across the globe to use it as a creative medium in and of itself and in conjunction with other media? Find out why in this compelling investigation by the artists in the Harvestworks New York Electronic Art Festival Plausible Worlds Exhibition on Governors Island. Moderated by Carol Parkinson and Juliette Yuan and hosted at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP in DUMBO.
Opening June 25, 7:00 pm
NY Media Center by IFP – 30 John St., DUMBO, Brooklyn 11201
What is it about sound that is inspiring artists from across the globe to use it as a creative medium in and of itself and in conjunction with other media? Find out in this compelling investigation by the artists in the Harvestworks New York Electronic Art Festival Plausible Worlds Exhibition on Governors Island. Moderated by Producer Carol Parkinson and Independent Curator Juliette Yuan with artists Ed Osborn, Christina Campanella, Jim Dawson, and Jess Rowland, and Taiwan artists Dawang yingfan Huang and Zhang Yousheng.
Artists will present their works and talk about the use of sound in shared/ public/ social space as the basis for their creative practice and the resulting impact to other art disciplines and the wider creative community.
Christina Campanella and Jim Dawson: http://www.harvestworks.org/may-23-july-20-lighthouse-40-n-73-w-by-christina-campanella/
Dawang “yingfan” Huang: http://www.harvestworks.org/june-28-yingfans-blackwolf-nagashi-in-big-apple/
Carol Parkinson: Executive Director of Harvestworks and Producer of the New York Electronic Art Festival
Xiaoying Juliette Yuan is an independent curator based in New York City and Ph.D. researcher in Art and Media at the Plymouth University in the UK. Her main research focus is curatorial aesthetic and methodology in art and technology, with the particular interest in artists’ creative processes as well as the curators’ role in such processes.
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