Arts Grad Students Wow in Spring Show
Date posted: 2013-05-08 09:13:02
Five RPI graduate students present an impressive range of work in digital animation and photography,electro-acoustic chamber music, and accompanied film on Sunday May 12, 6–8 PM in West Hall Gallery. Free and open to the public.
The Spring 2013 Arts Graduate Exhibit features works by:
18F44 (in progress)
A further study of algorithmic "creature" based on EDF0. The base regular hexagon is replaced by a group of six intersecting planes to provide more complexity.
Force field study (in progress)
Description: A series of generative experiments, outcomes of agents driven by various force fields.
In Stranger Visions
Heather Dewey-Hagborg creates portrait sculptures from analyses of genetic material collected in public places. Working with the traces strangers unwittingly leave behind, Dewey-Hagborg calls attention to the impulse toward genetic determinism and the potential for a culture of genetic surveillance.
Ryan Ross Smith
Study no. 18 for Flute, Violin, Cello and Harpsichord
Composer Ryan Ross Smith continues to explore the compositional possibilities of animated notation, in particular the spontaneous generation of notation and formal structures, electro-acoustic synchronicity, and poly-temporality.
A presentation of film(s) with live accompaniment.
'It has been said that, as winter snow fell like ermine, a lone dog broke from the pack, and in the night searched for his own.' - Predators Dance