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Subject:

Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) Revisited APRIL 5 & 6

From:

Paul Brown <[log in to unmask]>

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Digital Arts Histories <[log in to unmask]>, Paul Brown <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 21 Mar 2008 07:29:45 +1000

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Reply to: Julie Harrison <[log in to unmask]>

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Please join me for a weekend (or part of one) of Experiments in
Art  and Technology (E.A.T.), founded in 1966 by engineers Billy
Klüver and  Fred Waldhauer, and artists Robert Rauschenberg and
Robert Whitman, to  provide artists with access to new technology
and to promote  collaborations between artists and engineers.
I've attached a poster and press release in pdf format for
further information.

All events take place at Stevens Institute of Technology, Babbio
Center (River & 6th Streets) in Hoboken, NJ and are free and open
to the public. Sponsored by Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center
and  the Art & Technology Program at Stevens Institute of
Technology.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

2:00 * Exhibition opening   *E.A.T. Revisited: Documents and
Works*  (through April 28). Included is an installation of
photographic  documentation entitled The Story of E.A.T.:
Experiments in Art and  Technology, 1960*2001 by Billy Klüver; a
selection of classic  works: Floats by Robert Breer and Silver
Clouds by Andy Warhol; and an  installation of new works,
*Transduced Objects,* created in a workshop  inspired by David
Tudor*s *Rainforest,* taught by John Driscoll and  Phil Edelstein
to artists and students from both Stevens Institute and
Harvestworks.

3:00 * Panel   *Art and Technology, Historical and Current
Perspectives* with panelists Robert Whitman, Julie Martin, John
Driscoll, Steve Bull, Scot Gresham-Lancaster and Anne Swartz
(Savannah  College of Art and Design), moderated by Julie
Harrison (Stevens  Institute of Technology).

5:30 * Performance   Cellphonia: Tempo Variable (Cellphonia:
Changeable Weather by Steve Bull and Scot Gresham-Lancaster, with
Phil  Edelstein, Hans Tammen,  and Brooks Williams * a surround
sound  memorial concert for John Cage and David Tudor in which
live  performance, cellphone calls, transduced objects, and
synthetic voices  are mixed by the musicians and the neural
synthesis ETANN,  or electronically trainable analog neural net,
developed by Forrest  Warthman and Scot Gresham-Lancaster for
David Tudor.

6:15 * Reception to meet the artists, panelists, and organizers

Sunday, April 6, 2008  (suggested donation $5, free to students
and  seniors)

1:00 * Film Screening   *9 Evenings: Theater & Engineering*
include  Robert Rauschenberg*s Open Score; John Cage*s Variations
VII;  Öyvind Fahlström*s Kisses Sweeter than Wine and a
work-in-progress on  David Tudor*s Bandoneon!. Producer Julie
Martin and director  Barbro Schultz Lundestam, will be present to
introduce the films and answer questions.

Hope to see some of you there! Cheers,

Julie Harrison,


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OZ Landline +61 (0)7 5443 3491 == USA fax +1 309 216 9900
OZ Mobile +61 (0)419 72 74 85 == Skype paul-g-brown
====
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http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/ccnr/research/creativity.html
====

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