I will be presenting a paper on multimodal composition at the SUNY Conference on Writing on September 9, 2017 as part of a panel entitled “Composing in a General Education Capstone: Interrogating Successful Practices for an Integrative Learning Curriculum.”
Friday, July 14
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Engineering Tech Building
Alfred State University
On Friday, July 14, I’ll be speaking to high school students at the NY State Summer School for Media Arts about recent projects that explore the live stream as artistic material. The event is open to the public.
On April 21st I will be presenting research conducted with Eric Souther, Assistant Professor of New Media at Indiana University South Bend, and Jason Bernagozzi, Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Animation at Alfred State University, at the R-Cade Symposium at Rutgers-Camden University. R-CADE invites scholars to dissect, and repurpose obsolete technologies in an attempt to understand their historical and cultural significance. Scholars and artists work over the course of many months by researching and/or repurposing an object of study, and they share this work during the symposium. With funding from R-Cade, we have worked to convert an analog-to-digital television tuner into a new hardware glitch instrument for use in performance and exhibition, on its own or in collaboration with other digital and analog media tools.
I’ll be presenting at SCMS on Sunday March 26 from 9:00 – 10:45 in the 4th floor conference room at the Fairmont Hotel, Chicago as part of the “Time, Space, and Storytelling” panel chaired by Jason Gendler, University of California, Los Angeles.
Jason Gendler, University of California, Los Angeles
“Storytelling Conventions of Bulk-release Television Narratives”
Shannon Tarbell, University of Chicago
“The Verbal Flashback in the Sound Film”
Laura McGough, SUNY, University at Buffalo
“The Turn to Liveness within The Media Arts: From Presence to Co-presence”
Eliot Bessette, University of California, Berkeley
“Haunt Mediation: 2D Renderings of 3D Threat Spaces”
Jason Bernagozzi, Eric Souther and I have been documenting our experiences hacking digital-to-analog television converters on this blog. Our final research will be presented at the R-Cade Symposia at Rutgers U/Camden in April. The goal is to reanimate converter boxes as real-time broadcast interruption instruments for use in exhibition or performance.
Among other experiments, we performed a hardware datamosh (via circuit-bending) of a broadcast of “The Joy of Painting.” This hack was live-streamed over FaceBook.
I’ll be presenting research conducted with Eric Souther and Jason Bernagozzi on digital to analog conversion boxes (a.k.a. “TV tuners”) at the R-Cade Symposium at Rutgers-Camden in April 2017. We’ll be documenting the process of converting TV tuners into a new hardware glitch instrument. Read more about the symposium here.