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@: Fleischmann Planetarium
and Science Center,
UNR Campus
Admission: $5 general,
$3 students/children/seniors
Digital works utilizing the full-dome planetarium environment, for immersive, dome-based
video projection and experimental audio compositions.
Oct. 19 Friday
7:00pm
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Nick
Hwang,

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Louisiana State University
Wait, 2012
4-channel audio
Wait is a fixed media piece where an expanding line repeats itself until it’s stated completely.
Visualizing Heartbeat, 2012
Interactive Video
Live heartbeats recorded in real-time to manipulate 3D animations and audio.
Phan Visutyothapibal,
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NYU Tisch School of the Arts
Josh
Goldman,

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University
of Cincinnati
Language, 2010
Projected Video
A stereophonic sound/image structure composed entirely of human vocal sounds/images.
Brian
Baumbusch,

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Mills College
Polyryhthmic Overtone Beating, 2012
Stereo Audio and Video
Retuned sine wave samples create symmetrical produce polyrhythmic tone beats and live video.
Quartet [layers], 2012, Jonathan Jackson
Quartet [layers] is a four channel sound and video art installation. Each of the four screens depicts the superimposed image—fifteen layers per screen—of an individual musician from a string quartet. Each layer consists of an independent sound and video track, resulting in an overall sonic/visual texture that serves as a simultaneous representation of multiple time streams. The musical landscape is one characterized by constant transition – sixty independent parts expand and contract in time and pitch-space, while the overlapped video portraits leave ghostly traces of performance, rendering the multilayered aural complexity visible.
Jonathan
Jackson,

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University
of North Texas
Quartet (layers), 2012
Video and Sound
Four channel sound/video depicting superimposed images of fifteen layers of individual musicians from a string quartet.
Five Against Three, 2012
2-Channel Video and Sound
A examination of polyrhythmic time structures in video, by compositing two discreet video sequences over time.
Molly
Bradbury,

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University
of New Mexico
EarthMoves, 2012
Audio
An audio work art that is dedicated to the environment, depicting the ongoing conflict between the environment and the expanding human population.
George
Thomas
Marie,

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University
of Utah
Too Much Doubt, 2011/2012
Sound
A musique concrete piece about a recent victim of the death penalty, Troy Davis – the work is made form samples recorded at the prison in Atlanta where he was executed.
Alex
Marse,

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Georgia State University
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