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Founded in 2001, neuroTransmitter is a radio collaborative utilizing analog communication technologies. Working specifically with radio machinations, neuroTransmitter propels signals through urban membranes and cellular formations.To complement their fixed and mobile frequency performances, nT creates radio-sonic installations, produces music, and converts utilitarian objects into radio transmission and receiving devices. neuroTransmitter has created visual works, performed, and broadcasted live on local bandwiths in public spaces and galleries throughout New York City; Columbus, Ohio; Helsinki, Finland; Aarhus, Denmark; and Madrid, Spain. nT is currently a collaborative-in-residence with the research and development program at Eyebeam, NYC.
The group was co-founded by Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere, an Assistant Professor of Communications at the College of Staten Island/CUNY whose artistic work explores to the public sphere as a condition and framework for inquiry and discourse. Angel Nevarez is a multimedia artist based in New York City. His artistic practice incorporates critical models and investigations of history, identity, and representation. Nevarez also works collaboratively on micro-radio and sound specific projects. He has exhibited in various venues throughout the United States and is a recent alum of the Whitney Independent Study Program. Valerie Tevere is a multimedia artist whose work explores to the public sphere as a condition and framework for inquiry and discourse. She is an Assistant Professor of Communications at the College of Staten Island/CUNY and lives and works in New York City. She has exhibited and developed projects in Mexico City, the United States, throughout Europe, and in Santiago, Chile.