June 2019 Newsletter

NYEAF Begins with Teens Take the Met

We participated in Teens Take the Met on May 31st. Carol and a team of excited interns aimed to inspire young minds with Harvestwork’s Arp 2600, Doepfer EURO Rack system and the music making software Max/MSP/Jitter.

June 1 saw the Opening of Physical and Digital: multifaceted visions in electronic art, an exhibition with Julia SinelnikovaAmy YoungsLoVidZahra PoonawalaAlexander HahnSusie IbarraMichael SchumacherMorehshin Allahyari and Amanda Gutiérrez. The first two weekends featured the Russian Sound Art Showcase (RSAS) – a compilation of multi-channel Sound Art works of Russian sound artists that will be running through June 21st. Panel discussions by each of the artists were and will be hosted throughout the festival.
June 1st’s panel discussion Beyond Human: Art & Tech Connections in Urban Parks, was hosted by Amy Youngs, Dylan Gauthier and Julia Oldham at Swale House.
On June 8th Zahra Poonwala gave a detailed talk about Manifesto from Lorraine, a poetical interactive sound sculpture currently on show at Harvestworks Governor’s Island location. Sergei Kasich also gave a talk on the greater history for Russian Sound Art.

June 15 from 3 – 5 pm Left Footprints (WIP) by LoVid, a collaborative interdisciplinary multimedia performance that includes live digital and analog video, sound, movement, wearable technology, woven circuits, biological and environmental sensors. @ The New York Hall of Science (Viscusi room)
Sunday June 16 @ noon In partnership with the International Conference on Computer Music and the New York City Electro-Acoustic Music Festival we are hosting Sound Cool audio workshopfor kids. No cost but please sign up – On Governors Island Nolan Park Building 10a

June 20
Hausmusik #5 with Rhiannon Catalyst 
Homesick is a multisensory & spatial journey to Earth, space, and sea in 3 Movements. Created and performed by Rhiannon Catalyst with Paul Geluso, Asukaya Bailey, and Jeremy D. Slater. @ Harvestworks 596 Bdway Suite 602 NYC. FREE
June 20 – 22 we hosted Angus Tarnawsky’s installation Variable Frequencies. In partnership with the ICMC and NYCEMF. 
@ Harvestworks, 596 Broadway Suite 602 NYC 10012

Sat. June 22
Alexander Hahn talked about CFL – Coded Fluorescent Light, a video triptych and other recent works. On Governors Island, Nolan Park, Building 10a

Nicole Goodwin presented – Ain’t I a Woman (?/!): Audio Frequencies, the reimagining of a collection of poetry that speaks to the plight of African-American women. Nicole Goodwin is the author of Warcries. On Governors Island, Nolan Park, Building 10a

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Harvestworks’ mission is to present experimental sound and visual artworks created in collaboration with our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) Lab. The Harvestworks T.E.A.M Lab supports the creation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies and provides an environment for experimentation with project consultants, technicians, instructors and innovative practitioners in all branches of the electronic arts. Our programs are made possible with funds from New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, the NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Aaron Copland Fund for Music, mediaThe foundation, The David and Sylvia Teitelbaum Fund, Inc., The James R. Robison Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New Music USA’s NYC New Music Impact Fund made possible by the Scherman Foundation’s Katharine S and Axel G Rosin Fund, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Materials for the Arts, Jerome Foundation, Pro Helvetia, Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Friends of Harvestworks.

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