[May 8 – Aug 8] Joseph Morris

This new work by artist Joseph Morris uses computer-controlled electromagnets to turn inverted wine glasses into sonic resonators, similar to the vibrations created when you rub your finger along the rim of a glass.  However, the sonic composition here is activated by a cosmic ray muon detector embedded in the… Continue reading

[May 8 – Aug 8] Recalibrating by Andrew Demirjian

Recalibrating  – An emergency response drone scours the landscape looking for human life in a world where people are mysteriously absent. Announcements from the drone’s megaphone echo across the terrain as its onboard artificial intelligence system grapples with a world that was unimagined by its programmers. Unable to accomplish its encoded objective, the drone attempts… Continue reading

[May 8 – Aug 8]Autonomous Prism | Solarwind Over Sorrow and N’CHI App by Jakob Dwight

Autonomous Prism | Solarwind Over Sorrow are two light boxes exploring cinematographic and illuminated abstraction through filmic images.  N’CHI is a sci-fi world-building app and micronation generator for mobile smartphone. Location: The Workings of Media [art and artists] at the Harvestworks Art and Technology House Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors… Continue reading

[May 12-13] CTW Exhibition: Oyster by Joe Diebes

oyster is an encompassing audiovisual installation by Joe Diebes that unravels a peculiar moment in the history of music and computers.  In the 1960’s, renowned American folklorist Alan Lomax developed a wildly ambitious system called cantometrics for coding and analyzing folk songs from every corner of the world.  Working with the BOTCH vocal ensemble,… Continue reading

[May 12-13] CTW Exhibition: háček by Margaret Anne Schedel and Melissa F. Clarke

háček presents a physical installation, VR experience, and printed data maps. It employs data to inform an immersive installation while positioning it’s larger impact towards metaphors of networked landscape, security and wayfinding. The data used is taken from real network traffic logs, tracking hackers in real time as they race… Continue reading