November 2017 Events and News

Nov. 8-12 Chamber Ensemble by Judy Dunaway.

Meet the Artist Wednesday Nov. 8th 6 – 8 pm. Chamber Ensemble is a participatory sculptural sonic environment utilizing round ready-made latex balloons of various sizes. Harvestworks







Monday Nov. 13 @ 7 pm The Plural of Abyss Volume 1 by Ryan Soper, an evolving organic video performance series using a custom control voltage interface and frame animation visuals. He will share the evening with Bella, a Brazilian artist who plays an experimental set with arduino, light, electric piezo, synthesizer and thread.





Nov 17-19 EN04, 2017 by CHiKA

Meet the Artist Friday Nov. 17th. EN is a Japanese homophone with the meaning of Circle ( 円 ), Connection ( 縁 ), and Feast ( 宴 ). EN04 is a sonic light sculpture exploring an optical illusion created by invisible circles through public interaction.





Tuesday Nov. 28 @ 7pm Michael Vorfeld & Hans Tammen: Lightbulbs In Space performance.



Matthew Gantt and Laurie Spiegel in the studio

The community turns out!




Thanks for coming out to our public meeting last week Equitable Technology for Artists – Public Meeting where we discussed resources for artists working with virtual reality, analog synthesis, and immersive media outside of the institutional or commercial domain. More info to come!



Studio News


Artist Howard el-Yasin and programmer Brian McCorkle



Howard el-Yasin and Brian McCorkle working on Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? an exhibition at Campbellsville University’s Pence-Chowning Gallery.





Videographer Carlton Bright is working with Artist in Residence Henry Threadgill on an exciting new work for the Jack Tilton Gallery.






Artist in Residence Kristin Lucas’ Augmented Reality piece Dance with flARmingos is in the Engadget Alternate Reality Experience !



The Sound Art Grad Students from School of Visual Arts came in with Jess Rowland to hear TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Magazine’s Downtown Culture Talk.






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Public Meeting for Equitable Technology for Artists


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Recommended Events

November 3–4, 2017 Symposium: Legacies of Pauline Oliveros. Brooklyn College this weekend! Not to be missed!

MODE Records in partnership with Harvestworks announces the release of The Early Immersive Music of Joan La Barbara in CD and Bluray formats. This collection includes a first release of the award-winning CYCLONE, first presented at a the ISCM World Music Days festival in Bonn, Germany in 1977. Become a Friend of Harvestworks and receive a complimentary CD and multi-channel Bluray!






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Liz Phillips Wave Crossings

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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, mediaThe foundation, New York State Council on the Arts’ 2017 Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds Grant program, Materials for the Arts, Jerome Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Art, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, James E. Robison Foundation, New Music USA’s NYC New Music Impact Fund made possible by the Scherman Foundation’s Katharine S and Axel G Rosin Fund, and the Friends of Harvestworks.


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