Art_X Concerts Examine Intersections of Science, Art
Art_X Concerts Examine Intersections of Science, ArtDate posted: 2015-09-17 13:41:28
Faculty of the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) collaborate with the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies (CBIS) and local Troy artists on two Art_X concerts to discover the art in science and the science in art. The concerts, which will be held on Tuesday October 6 and October 20 at 4:30 pm in the CBIS Auditorium, are free and open to the RPI community. Following each concert, there will be a reception hosted by CBIS in the Gallery of the CBIS Auditorium.
The concerts consist of three parts, each with a topic intended as a starting point to explore the connections between music, science and technology.
Program - October 6
• J.S. Bach "Partita in E minor" (1730)
Topic: Emotion and reason in the music of J.S. Bach
Michael Century, Professor, Department of Arts, pianist
• Music composition using data from proteomic experiments
Topic: Sonification of biological data for aesthetic and scientific applications
Presented by Mattheos Koffas, Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Department of Biological Sciences; Zach Layton, composer and PhD student, Department of Arts; and Rob Hamilton, composer & researcher, Assistant Professor, Department of Arts.
• Steve Reich "Piano Counterpoint" (2009)
Topic: The combination of image and sound, using live manipulations of digital images
March 28, 2018 7:00 PM
Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, Studio 1
A video installation of an essay film meditating on the 1977 Oscars and a documentary on Rhodesia which aired at the same time one month and one day before the essay filmmaker, Maureen Jolie Anderson, was born.