Macromareal travels to Vancouver! Sydney Lancaster and I will be showing a special, miniature version of our mixed media installation Macromareal at Emily Carr University, where we will also be giving talks about the work on Monday, Feb. 25. The piece will feature Smallwood's 4-channel audio piece derived from Bay of Fundy data, along with video and visual artwork/sculpture/artifacts by Sydney Lancaster.
Discorpia is an exhibition gathering artists and thinkers working to question what it means not to know the limits of our bodies. I will be showing a new generative 4-channel sound piece in collaboration with Marilene Oliver of Sean Caulfield called Evolving Anatomies, and will also be producing sound for an interactive "game" piece entitled Human in the Loop, led by AI researcher, computer scientist and artist Vadim Bulitko. And more! An exhibition symposium and opening is on April 27, and will feature a live performance by Damn Magpies. Stay tuned for more info...
Smallwood will join Sydney Lancaster for a special feature exhibition of our installation Macromareal: a rising tide lifts all boats, as part of this national symposium event, sponsored by the IAST (Interactive Arts, Science, Technology) consortium. We will also be giving a talk about the work in which I will discuss my use of data sonificiation and the Bay of Fundy, and Sydney will discuss her use of boat-making artifacts, digital video, and other aspects of the visual side of the work.
Smallwood will join the CIA (Community Improvement Association) theme camp, and will be co-presenting for the upteenth time, the Karmic Teller Machine. As well, we will be bringing the beta iteration of UNPOP, or Unpopular Music, a new art piece that provides a program of 8-channel audio works from dusk until dawn on the deep playa.
Scott Smallwood and Stephan Moore will perform as Evidence inside the amazing acoustical dreamland of The TANK, an old railroad water tank. We will be joined by special guest vocalist Samantha LightShade. 7 PM, $10.
Scott Smallwood and Stephan Moore will perform as Evidence, with audio-visual artist Pete Sheridan, presented by ATLAS Center for Media, Arts, and Performance. 7:30 PM.