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The Sound Research Group is a working group to focus on the what and why of sound art through critical discussion, collaborations, presentation of works in progress, and public events. For more information: http://research.eyebeam.org/sound
-- The Sound Research Group provides a valuable forum to reflect on the what and the why of sound art practice.
-- Both theory and practice around sound work are now more widely recognized by the larger art world and public.
-- Sound is still marginalized in comparison to visual arts (ie, lack of shared vocabulary, lack of established theory, lack of consideration in video work, few agreed upon presentation methods, etc).
With the above in mind, we want to tackle, discuss, debate, and create new ways of thinking about and presenting sound practice.
|R. Luke DuBois|
|Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner|
|Artist Talk: Angie Eng and Anyma|
|BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY|
|Chelsea Music Festival, hosted at Eyebeam|
|Cicatrix, Charred Bodies: Pain and Redemption in Virtual and Real Worlds|
|Collaborative Media Workshop in Multi-Channel Audiovisuals using Max/MSP Jitter|
|Essential Repertoire: John Cage & Lejaren Hiller, HPSCHD|
|Main Space: Spacepod II|
|Music After Hours: CT-SWaM|
|Music After Hours: Radio Wonderland + Hans Tammen, Tamara Yadao, and Peter Fonda|
|On view: Eli Keszler's L-Carrier|
|On View: Local Report 2012|
|Open Studios: Summer 2011|
|Open Studios: Winter 2011|
|Performance: ARNO GIL MÜLLER NEUMANN SCHUMACHER|
|Sound Research Summit|
|The Dream-Life of Words|
|What Sound Does a Color Make?|