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Event Alert: “BIORHYTHM: Music and the Body,” Opens June 2 at Eyebeam Art + Tech Center

May 27, 2011 by David Weiss

The new exhibition, BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY, will open June 2 at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in Chelsea. At this, the world’s largest research experiment on music and emotion, you may get fresh insights on the music that you love, and help the scientific community gather valuable information at the same time.

Plug your brain into BIORYTHM in NYC, beginning June 2.

The good people from BIORYTHM explain it all thusly:

 
Start Date: 
4 Jun 2011
Hours: 
4PM-6PM
Cost: 
Free w/RSVP
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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BIORHYTHM exhibiting artist Kaffe Matthews will lead participants in a workshop where they will learn how to create their own track on her Sonic Bed. The workshop will introduce participants to software and tools for composing a unique track using the 12 channel sound system on which the bed is based. They can begin this process in the workshop, and can adapt what they create over time and over the duration of the show.

Participants should already be familiar with Max/MSP

Space is limited: RSVP now

 
Start Date: 
4 Jun 2011
Hours: 
3PM-4:30PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Join the Reality Inspectors in this workshop where they will discuss their BIORHYTHM project Theremin Inspector V2—an interactive exhibit which visualises the electromagnetic energy around you as you play a theremin. Following this discussion, The Reality Inspectors will guide participants through a design process using legos to create a hands on visualization of real data from the workshop space.

This event and other opening weekend events are presented within the BIORHYTHM exhibition and have been organized as part of and in cooperation with World Science Festival.

Space is limited: RSVP now


 
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