[Nov 10] HUG-Tweaked Twitter Tweets Twirl Twofold with Processing and Max/MSP

Mike Sperone presents the Twitter interactive portion of last year’s Harvestworks International Artist Collective’s installation, Stories From The Nerve Sketchbook.
We will describe and show some brief documentation of the installation, then you will see how the internet gets sent into Max MSP via the Processing programming language.

Tuesday November 10 at 7pm  FREE

Location: Harvestworks

596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012

Phone: 212-431-1130

Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleecker

Michael Sperone’s musical endeavors are ambitious and wide ranging.  After his album release of Tintinnabulation, he is now composing, performing, building electroacoustic instruments, and coding for art installations.  In addition, he is currently launching the New Jersey based Red Oak Contemporary Ensemble.  Like many composers his age, he identifies with a wide spectrum of music from post-war serialists to mid-90’s indie-rock – and is trying to incorporate all these influences in a meaningful way.

Michael studied classical percussion with Ray DesRoches, Peter Jarvis, and Tom Kolor.  His composition studies have been with John Link, Jeffrey Kresky, Kevin Norton –  and most recently with Huang Ruo, and Du Yun at SUNY Purchase where he earned his masters in composition.  He held a residency at BetterFarm’s betterArt and at Rhymes With Opera’s summer workshop where he composed and premiered new works.  His music has been premiered by NJPE, Purchase New Music, Joe Bergen, and Justin Wolf.  Michael’s music is published by Calabrese Brothers Music, LLC.

www.mikesperone.com

www.facebook.com/mikesperone

www.twitter.com/speronem

Interview:  https://cycling74.com/2011/08/19/techniques-for-extending-acoustic-instruments/

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