[Apr 11-15] Peter d’Agostino: World-Wide-Walks / ICE

World-Wide-Walks / between earth & water / ICE is a video-web-sound installation of Peter d’Agostino’s video walks performed at glaciers in Iceland, Alaska & Argentina. These sites at the top and bottom of the globe provide compelling evidence of escalating man-made climatic changes. The World-Wide-Walks projects, initiated by d’Agostino in the 1970s, now combine elements of natural, cultural & virtual identities: complimentary realities of walking through physical environments and of virtually surfing the web. The exhibition is presented in a surround- soundscape composed by Reese Williams as evolving resonant glacial dynamics within the complex array of video images, maps, and texts.

[Apr 11-15] Peter d’Agostino: World-Wide-Walks / between earth & water / ICE + soundscape by Reese Williams

(Installation: preview of a work-in-progress)

Peter D’Agostino + Reese Williams
Fri, Apr 11 2014, 7pm: Reception
Sat-Tue, Apr 12-15, noon to 6pm: Installation
Admission: FREE

Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleecker



Peter d’Agostino’s pioneering photography, video and new media projects have been exhibited internationally for over four decades, including: The Museum of Modern Art, N.Y., and biennials at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Kwangju, Korea, etc. He has received grants and fellowships from: the National Endowment for the Arts, Pew Trusts, Onassis Foundation, Japan Foundation, the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, MIT, Fulbright awards to Brazil, Australia, and Italy, as well as a Leonardo Art & Climate Change project award in 2010. D’Agostino is Professor of Film & Media Arts, Center for the Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia. His work is distributed by Electronic Arts Intermix, NY. http://www.eai.org http://peterdagostino.com

Reese Williams is a sound artist and practitioner of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, working in Rhinebeck and New York City. His explorations with sound involve creating “fields of sound” for installation, for download on the internet or for performance settings. Underlying all of his work is an interest in wave phenomena, micro-harmonics and micro-rhythmic events. His instrument is a laptop with simple digital tools, and his sound sources range from sine waves to diverse bits of audio grabbed from the internet. Some of his recent work is available for listening at: http://reesewilliams.bandcamp.com

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