As the disruption of all cultural activity continues with the new out-of-control world-wide surge of the Omicron Covid variant, we bring back more meetings of the ZOOM IN: OLAP online community forum. Stay Tuned for Sunday January 30, 2022 from 3 – 5 pm New York Time for this community discussion group in collaboration with Experimental Intermedia.
In January 2022, Harvestworks and Experimental Intermedia will continue our online forum to reflect on the aesthetic and technical dimensions of live streaming and to share knowledge among the participants. These meetings again will feature practitioners from different artistic fields (music, live visuals, performance, dance, theater) who will speak about their approaches and experiments with online performance (sound, video, conferencing, streaming software, aesthetic and organizational approaches), followed by Q&A. The forum will also be open to hearing about new ideas and projects that are in development from the participants.
OLAP #8 with The Seals
OLAP #9 with Perry Brandston
OLAP #10 with UnStumm
OLAP #11 with KaonCPT
ZOOM IN: OLAP, a collaborative initiative by Harvestworks and Experimental Intermedia, was conceived by Katherine Liberovskaya and Carol Parkinson in the winter of 2021 in response to all the proliferating on-line artistic initiatives brought on by the pandemic. Its objective continues to be to reflect on the aesthetic and technical dimensions of live streaming and to share knowledge among the participants. The meetings feature guest practitioners from different artistic fields (music, live visuals, performance, dance, theater) who speak about their approaches and experiments with online performance (sound, video, conferencing, streaming software, aesthetic and organizational approaches), followed by Q&A. The forum is also open to hearing about new ideas and projects that are in development as well as technical and/or conceptual concerns from the participants.
As the ever-increasing online live streaming events are starting to seem more and more all the same and are holding our attention less and less, we feel that it is crucial to unpack and re-think the online presentation of live online art practices and to imagine new approaches that are far better suited for the virtual performance stage that we experience on such a variety of platforms (computers, laptops, pads, phones) that have nothing to do with the in-person venues where they would usually take place.
Moderated by Katherine Liberovskaya of Experimental Intermedia and Harvestworks Director Carol Parkinson
A collaboration between Harvestworks and Experimental Intermedia
FROM THE PREVIOUS FORUMS
ZOOM IN: OLAP #1 With guests John King and Brandon Collwes
OLAP #3: Online Live Art Performance Forum with Sarah Weaver
ZOOM IN: OLAP #4 With guest Kat Mustatea
ZOOM IN: OLAP #5 With guest Ellen Pearlman
ZOOM IN: OLAP #6 With guest Alarm Will Sound
ZOOM IN: OLAP #7 with Quarantine Concerts/ESS
OLAP #2 with APO-33
CCRMA Quarantine Concerts (Stanford) https://ccrma.stanford.edu/concerts
Registration for Sonic Gatherings: https://tiny.cc/SonicGathering
CCRMA JackTrip Virtual Studio (JackTrip Foundation) can use Amazon web services: https://www.jacktrip.orghttps://www.jacktrip.org/studio.html
Quacktrip and Netty NcNetface – network audio for musicians
Sonobus High Quality Network Audio Streaming sonobus.net
Broadcast Using This Tool: https://sourceforge.net/projects/butt/
OLAP #3 with Sarah Weaver
Chris Chafe chrischafe.net
Mark Dresser mark-dresser.com
Pauline Oliveros paulineoliveros.us
QuackTrip (Miller Puckett)
Quaxtrip (built on Quacktrip)?
OLAP #4 Kat Mustatea:
Oedipus ZoomThe One and Only Amanda Palmer – Project Y Theater
NY Live Arts
Kat + Heidi Nowhere event on March 11! https://www.urnowhere.com/fest