[Oct 23] Live A/V performance by Ginny Benson

Ginny Benson presents an improvisational work for audio and video. This live performance will pair audio synthesis with real-time video collage and image manipulation, resulting in an immersive audiovisual experience.  DATE and TIME: October 23, 2021 @ 3 pm. Duration: 30 minutesLOCATION: The Workings of Media [art and artists] at the Harvestworks Art and Technology House. Building 10a,… Continue reading

[Oct 30] Island Time by Dan Joseph

In conjunction with his multi-channel installation Periodicity Piece #10, composer Dan Joseph (hammer dulcimer) will be joined by musicians J D Parran (winds), Tom Chiu (violin) and Danny Tunick (percussion) for a live performance that will augment the sounds of the installation and expand it throughout the Harvestworks house.  Saturday October… Continue reading

[Oct 30] Artist Talk by Matthew Goodheart

remnants: sound, substance, and the poesis of decay. Composer and sound installation artist Matthew Goodheart discusses his latest installation remnants. Featuring an expansion of his electroacoustic technique of reembodied sound through the incorporation of bone-conducting headphones, he will discuss the development of the work, the history and nature of transducer-based… Continue reading

[Oct 2 – Oct 31] Periodicity Piece #10 (Island Time) by Dan Joseph

Periodicity Piece #10 (Island Time) is a new mixed-media, multi-channel sound installation. Informed by early minimalism, acoustic ecology, deep listening and ambient music, Periodicity Piece #10 combines a diverse collection of sounds into a slowly changing sonic ecosystem. Drawing on the unique Governor’s Island setting, the work offers a unique, site-specific listening experience… Continue reading

[Aug 28 – Oct 31] …remnants by Matthew Goodheart

…remnants  is an immersive sound installation combining live transducer-activated resonant instruments and found objects with binaural bone-conducting headphone listening for one person at a time. (Covid restrictions will apply). …remnants is part of an ongoing series of compositional installations and performance works using transducers that explore the nature of space,… Continue reading

[Aug 28 – Oct 31] Luciferins by LadyK

Influenced by the cultural shifts that technology creates, this series of fiber installations—The Masquerades of the Soft Machines— imagines a future dystopia warped by technology. The surreptitious collection of personal data has led to humanity controlled by the machine. Luciferins is one project in this series. Luciferins is inspired by… Continue reading

[Aug 28 – Oct 31] Women’s Labor: Embedded Iron by Jocelyn Ho with Margaret Schedel, Robert Cosgrove and Omkar Bhatt

A feminist activist project, Women’s Labor repurposes domestic tools to become new musical instruments. Using embedded technologies, these domestic-tools-turned instruments are explored in interactive installations, commissioned compositions, and performances. Traditionally relegated to the private sphere, we interrogate domesticity through public engagement and performative spectacle. The new instruments are based on… Continue reading

[Aug 28 – Oct 31] Ephemerospheres by Mike Bullock

Ephemerospheres is an installation of electroacoustic audio works for wave field synthesis speaker array. The system’s creator, Mike Bullock, is a composer and intermedia artist whose work centers on listening to the unique qualities of particular spaces, both while recording natural environments and while creating virtual ones with loudspeakers. Bullock designed… Continue reading

2021 Fall Residencies

The Harvestworks New Works is pleased to announce our 2021 recipients. The recipients are commissioned to create a new work in the Harvestworks TEAM (Technology, Engineering, Art and Music) Lab. The applications were reviewed by Curator Lauren Rosati and Executive Director Carol Parkinson Miya Masaoka: A New Multi-channel Installation Miya’s… Continue reading

[Oct 2] Harvestworks at the Met Fest

Celebrate art and community with Harvestworks at The Met! Join us (and them) Saturday, October 2, for #MetFest—the museum’s first-ever block party. Stop by for everything from performances to stilt walkers to a citywide Double Dutch showcase as we both honor the vital role of art in our lives and… Continue reading