Sarika Doppalapudi and Emma Waddell
Beginning at 3pm
LOCATION: Harvestworks Art and Technology Program Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island
Suggested Donation: $5-20
Limited capacity. Ticket/RSVP/donation is not required but is encouraged and appreciated!
Sarika Doppalapudi and Emma Waddell will perform using machine learning and experimental plastic textiles made with recycled plastic bags. Toys created with these textiles will be incorporated and amplified in their performance. A machine learning algorithm developed by Waddell will incorporate the performer’s input to generate beats. Additionally, Waddell will incorporate saxophone to performance. (Watch a video of Waddell performing saxophone at ShapeShifter Lab here.) This work is a continuation of a grant Doppalapudi received from the Horn Family Fund for Environmental Research.
Viola He will create an experimental live coding performance with voice loops and dance, where they will sample their singing and poetry while having their movements affect the sound using computer vision.