Lecture at the Emergent Digital Practices Department, Denver University
In early May 2012 I gave a lecture and workshop at the Emergent Digital Practices Department, University of Denver, alongside two live performances, one at the Cube (with Francisco Lopez) and another at the Gates Planetarium. The lecture included an overview of my artistic practice concentrating on generative visual music systems and multi-modal works I’ve made using VVVV.
Hydro-acoustic Study, the piece performed at the Cube, has been developed in collaboration with the sound artists Francisco Lopez. For the Gates Planetarium performance I brought along Rynth – a full-dome work originally developed for the Planetarium Artis and performed during the Sonic Acts Festival held in Amsterdam, 2010. A Flickr set of photos documenting my trip to Denver can be found HERE
Thanks to Trace Redell and Tim Weaver for the invitation to sunny Denver, and a great trip into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.