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@: Various/TBA
Oct. 18–
Oct. 19
Thu.–Fri.
Works of performance and interaction sited
in non-traditional locations.
Clint
Sleeper,

website
Simon Fraser University,
Canada
Performance for Card Player and Computer, 2012
Performance, outdoor

Oct. 18, Thursday, 7–9pm,
grass circle adjacent to Church Fine Arts Bldg
Oct. 19, Friday, 6–8pm,
parking garage adjacent to Planetarium

Considering gambling and probability, algorithmic MIDI generators and digital sound recorders respond to hand built microphones, analog systems and card shuffling. Card shuffling serves as a percussive cue for the computer and the computer in turn, generates audio information that directs the performance.
Jessica
Krannitz,

website
Texas A&M University
QR graffiti, 2012
Mixed media/augmented reality

Oct. 18, Thursday
Various locations, TBA

Observant passersby willing to stray from their paths are rewarded with unexpected light paintings visible via QR codes which allow access to the work through smart phones. QR graffiti is an exploration of colorful temporary transformations
of architecture and space in urban environments.
Katz
Reena
Katz,

website
Parsons the New School
for Design
Empathic Maneuvers, 2012
Live, interactive performance

Oct. 18, Thursday, 7–9pm
Church Fine Arts Room 142

Empathic Maneuvers is an experiment with social protest, the internet and the power of the human voice. Audiences encounter an unexpected sound booth and meet me over video conferencing inside. I invite you to listen to demonstration chants culled from the internet from Palestine and the U.S./Mexico border walls.
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