Somewhere between a performance and workshop series — New York Hall of Science’s EXPOSED explores and unearths the science, innovation and/or nuances of a variety of different projects and products via an interactive experience, conversation and cocktails. Harvestworks Artist In Residence Heayoung Kim performs MOORI, an interactive performance using smart phones and tablets that allows users to build collaborative storytelling through exchanging messages. This event is part of 2013 New York Electronic Art Festival, in partnership with New York Hall Of Science and Electronic Music Foundation.
[Jun 22] Heayoung Kim’s Moori at New York Hall Of Science
Saturday June 22 2013, 6:30pm
New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th St New York, NY 11368
Curated by Suzanne Thorpe
Somewhere between a performance and workshop series — New York Hall of Science’s EXPOSED explores and unearths the science, innovation and/or nuances of a variety of different projects and products via an interactive experience, conversation and cocktails.
Harvestworks Artist In Residence Heayoung Kim performs MOORI, an interactive performance using smart phones and tablets that allows users to build collaborative storytelling through exchanging messages.
The schedule is as follows:
4:00pm – Phoenix Perry’s Night Games
6:00pm – Cocktails
6:30pm – Haeyoung Kim
Moori is an interactive performance combining audience-participatory narrative and audio-visuals. By exploiting innovations in network-based personal devices such as smart phones and tablets as well as SMS, Moori allows users to build real-time collaborative storytelling through exchanging messages. Dynamic narrative is established through open dialogue among participants and through questions and answers posed by audience and the system. Other OSC control methods such as buttons and multi-touch pad allow multiple user-data to generate algorithmic audio and visuals. The result is a collaboration among audience members, a real time audio–visual composition and a dynamic narrative.
Haeyoung Kim is a digital artist, technologist, sound artist, and performer. Her work focuses on immersive experience in narrative space, computer human interaction, and audience participation. Under the name Bubblyfish, Haeyoung explores live performance and interactive media. She has been commissioned by Roulette, Jerome Foundation, Harvestworks, and Turbulance.org. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums including Nam June Paik (NJP) Art Center in Korea, Kunsthalle in Austria, and the Moving Image Museum in New York. Moori was performed and presented at ACM Creativity and Cognition 2011, Nam June Paik Center (NPC) in Korea, and Soho Night at Harvestworks.
Phoenix Perry is an Adjunct Professor at NYU teaching Gaming, Design and Embodiment at Poly, Game Center, ITP and Steinhardt. She received a Master in Science from NYU Poly in January 2013 with her thesis work focusing on creating emotion through embodiment. From digital arts curator to Creative Director, she has extensive experience in new media, design, and user interfaces. Perry’s creative work spans a large range of disciplines including drawing, generative art, video, games, interfaces and sound. Her projects have been seen worldwide at venues and festivals including Come out and Play, Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science, Lincoln Center, LMCC, Transmediale, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, LAMCA, Harvest Works, Babycastles, World Science Fair, European Media Arts Festival, GenArt, Seoul Film Festival and Harvestworks. In 2011 she co-authored the book, Meet the Kinect with Sean Kean and Johnathan Hall.
Colin Snyder is a videogame & graphic designer, illustrator, and writer. Having been on the front lines of videogame retail, to the headquarters of Rockstar Games, and now on the frontier of indie games. He’s a member of Babycastles, New York City’s first independent arcade community and fledgling cultural institution. With Babycastles, he has produced events, installations, games, and videos. He founded Gameifesto, a forthcoming social network where aspiring videogame developers can meet and congregate to build their own communities and games. He’s currently working on his own games while writing for Vice Magazine’s Motherboard about videogame design and gaming culture.
David Last is a musician and visual artist living in Brooklyn New York. With Sasha Kaline (Alka Rex), he is a founder of the Konque label and music project. Tracks range from electronic dance music to cinematic orchestral ambience depending on the setting. This is not surprising, as he has been creating music for a variety of venues; the dancefloor, Imax film, video installation, childrens’ animation, and albums. As a result of a broad curiosity about music, each project is considered anew as its own sonic world.
Margaret Schedel is Assistant Professor of Music at Stony Brook University, and a composer and cellist specializing in the creation and performance of ferociously interactive media. She is working towards a certificate in Deep Listening with Pauline Oliveros and serves as the musical director for Kinesthetech Sense. She sits on the boards of the 60×60 Dance, BEAM Foundation, EMFInstitute, ICMA, NWEAMO, and Organised Sound.
Sasha K. Richter works as a Costume Designer, Milliner, and Installation Artist in New York City. She received her BFA in Costume Design from Boston University. Her previous costume work includes, La Boheme at the Huntington Theatre Company, The Weavers at the Boston Center for the Arts, The Maids at Fourth Street Theatre, as well as Alcina with the Boston Opera Collaborative. Sasha is also co-founder of Tin Can Phone Inc., a collaborative installation group. While designing for various theatres and galleries, she is also working on her fourth season as the Milliner for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire.