SUPPLY/DEMAND Pt. 3: Mobile Technologies iphones to Drones, May 8
Artists exploring mobile technologies as as medium (creative hacking, subversive use of celluar phones, drone use, surveillance camera,
mapping.. etc), encounter a new and evolving set of obstacles that surround intellectual property, technical issues, censorship, and privacy rights, and at times criminal intent.
Artists: Maurice Benayoun, Giselle Beiguelman, Tracy Cornish, Mark Shepherd,Mark Amerika, Zac Poff, Jay Ferguson, Nina McGowan and Caroline Cambell
Optisonic Tea, April 24
Curated by Katherine Liberovskaya and Ursula Scherrer with special guest Bill Etra
Supply/ Demand #2: Cable Access: Dead or Alive, April 17
Focus for this panel surrounds cable access and lo fi broadcast networks. Topical issues surround a suffocated media outlet and methods of survival, identifying audience and public involvement, access and distribution.
Panelists: Jamie Mohr Cable Access, VT, Bunnybrains), Chuck Stern (MNN Network), Ashby Lee Collinson (Princess Dies), Jaime Davidovich (Live! Show), Nancy Cain (Videofreex).
Remote Access, April 10
Remote Access outlines active broadcast networks, both licensed and pirate, working with experimental media outside the US mainland who broadcast with limited transmission. Special guest presenters: Jon Nealon ("Here Come theVideofreex!") and Skip Blumberg (Videofreex)
Optics O:O, Museum of Arts and Design, April 5
Norman McLaren, Robert Breer, Malcolm LeGrice, Scott Bartlett, Tom DeWitt Ditto, Woody and Steina Vasulka, Naim June Paik, Jud Yalkut
Live from the Control Room 2, March 22
The Control Room focuses on a specific project or composition using a collaboration of experimental sound and vision. Participants: Thomas Dexter, G Lucas Crane, Tristan Shepherd
Supply/ Demand pt 1 Radio to Internet, March 14
3 part panel series sponsored by ((audience)) and Harvestworks Digital Media Lab Center. Panelsists: Jonathan Jay (Studio X), Jon Anderson (Cuny), TomRow (Free103point9). Moderator: Alexis Bhagat
Panels broadcast on Harvestworks website and live streamed through Free103.9 web radio.
Live from the Control Room pt 1, February 23
The Control Room focuses on a specific project or composition using a collaboration of experimental sound and vision
BicamRL AV "60 Hz Raga" David Linton, Alex Waterman, Satoshi Takeshi, Chandra Shukla