[Feb 24] TIP Master Class #6: Embodied Intelligence & the Future of Performance with Heidi Boisvert

photo of Lizardly performance

In this seminar, Dr. Heidi Boisvert will discuss current empirical research methods and insights emerging from the Limbic Lab, which employs biometrics, machine learning, and predictive models to isolate effective narrative ingredients across various mediums of expression. Boisvert will share how this research informs the creation of bio-adaptive networked dance… Continue reading

[Dec 14] Solar Halo: an A/V Work for 16 Atmospheric Weather Stations and Live Performer by Julian Knowles 

Harvestworks is pleased to partner with Experimental Intermedia to present this performance of Julian Knowles (Australia). A night of electro-environmental audio works, including the premiere of ‘Solar Halo’ – a new AV work for solo performer and live data streaming from 10 atmospheric weather stations – 5 across the Australian… Continue reading

[Dec 14] Successive Actions by Simon Whetham

Harvestworks is pleased to partner with Experimental Intermedia to present composer Simon Whetham (Bristol, England)  who explores the energy and effects of sound, from resonance and psychoacoustic effects to the transduction of sound as movement and light. Recent projects find him repurposing obsolete consumer technology in kinetic audio-visual performances and installations     … Continue reading

November News 2023

2024 New Works Application is Open till December 20, 2023! November 13, 2023 Harvestworks announces the 2024 New Works Program! This national program offers $5000 commissions to American artists and legal US residents to create a new tech-centered artwork. The Commission includes a $2000 artist fee with the balance in studio and technical… Continue reading


A December 2nd Fundraiser for Harvestworks Harvestworks invites you to join our Sustaining Circle at the $300 level. This special evening will preview new work and work in progress by Victoria Vesna and Matthew Ostrowski. This event is part of raising awareness and funds to support critical major initiatives of… Continue reading

[ Dec 4 – online ] Peter d’Agostino: World-Wide-Walks @ 50 (1973-2023) focusing on climate and nuclear related video installations.

Harvestworks Digital Arts Center presents a selection of Peter d’Agostino’s climate and nuclear related video installations to coincide with COP 28, the UN Climate Change Conference. Withinthis realm of broad global concerns, the Doomsday Clock has been set annually since 1947 bythe Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, based upon threats… Continue reading