Update: I have to cancel my set for this show. The concert will go on as scheduled without me, so please support Adam and Taylor and the other artists! I hope to play another Exprov event soon.
Tomorrow! Happy to join Adam Arritola and Taylor Rouss for the latest installment of the Exprov series at East Village Arts.
Thursday July 13, 2023 8pm
Exprov 12 East Village Arts 7611 1st Ave N Birmingham AL 35206
Miolina performing A Long Line of Clouds Just Above the Trees at the Skyscraper Museum
Here’s a lovely performance of my piece
A Long Line of Clouds Just Above the Trees for violin duo and live electronic. The piece was played by Miolina: Lynn Bechtold and Mioi Takeda, violins, at their recent concert at The Skyscraper Museum in New York.
See more Miolina videos–including other works from the same concert–on their
channel on YouTube.
The violin duo
Miolina will perform my music at The Skyscraper Museum in New York City this week. They’ll perform the piece we developed together last year, A Long Line of Clouds Just Above the Trees for violin duo and live electronics. I’ll be there to help with the electronics and enjoy the view of lower Manhattan from the museum windows.
This concert is free, but you must
book a timed ticket for 5pm to attend. More info at Just Above the Trees
Friday May 26, 2023 5pm
Just Above the Trees The Skyscraper Museum 39 Battery Place New York, NY 10280
The concert also includes music by Alvin Singleton, Paula af Malmborg Ward, Shruthi Rajasekar and Geni Skendo, along with poetry by my New College colleague
My text score
is featured as River Rocks Day 354 of 365 in the A Year of Deep Listening project presented by the Center for Deep Listening.
The project previously featured my piece
. From the Middle of a Clearing
A collotype with a highly conspicuous portrayal of Classrooms making clear selected details about mathematical ability in children (2023) Parker Zimmerman
I’m in Austin to celebrate the closing of the exhibition
Algorithmic Assemblages: Do Machines Dream of Art? assembled by Sarah Norris‘s students at the iSchool at the University of Texas.
The students have put together a great exhibit realizing hypothetical works of art suggested by my piece
A Work of Art for Every Entry in Index—Subjects—Library of Congress. See an online version of the piece here. They’ve also created activities for exhibition visitors and an excellent website.
The exhibition closing reception is Thursday, April 13, 2o23 at 12:30-1:30pm.
March 30 – April 13, 2023
Algorithmic Assemblages: Do Machines Dream of Art? University of Texas at Austin iSchool (UTA), room 1.506 1606 Guadalupe Austin TX
I didn’t get a chance to promote yesterday’s
talk about Data as Medium at the UTVAC, but I greatly appreciate the invitation, their hospitality, and everyone who showed up for the event.