No discussion of new media forms can be complete without addressing the tendency for individual disciplines to collide, overlap and recombine within emergent media practices. This evening’s conversation featuring composer, David Dunn and media-sound artist, Paul DeMarinis traverses a wide terrain, where sculpture, performance, music composition, linguistics, ecology, complexity science and art history provide touch-points for expanding the concept and context for twenty-first century art-making.
March. 24, Thurs. 8PM, College of Music Recital Hall
David Dunn: Composer and pioneer in the fields of acoustic ecology, bioacoustics, interspecies communication, and scientific sonification - Dunn is visionary figure whose practice suggests a radical rethinking of the role of art and artist.
Paul DeMarinis: Associate Professor of Art at Stanford University, is an acclaimed electronic media artist and among the first innovators to use computers in performance - his recent work concerns the overlap between human communication and technology.
Moderator: David Schwarz