- 319 Scholes
319 Scholes, Brooklyn, NY, 11206, United States
Upcoming Events At This Venue
August 1, 2011
Genesis Project is a month-long artist residency program catering to body-based artists who identify as working between disciplines and/or seek to integrate other disciplines into their performance practice through individual experimentation and open-source collaboration. Six artists from around the world will travel to Bushwick and live in double-decker bungalows designed by Terri Chiao to cook, collaborate, and exchange ideas 24/7. Continue reading
March 3, 2012
As part of the Not Spring, Not Winter (2012) exhibition, a group of live performances by students from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University’s Tisch School of Arts.
Artist: Mercedes Blasco
Description: Three voices piece controlled by Theremin sensors followed by an electroacustic improvisation.
Artist: Jack Kalish, performing with Ivana Basic
Description: Sound Affects is a musical interface that extracts, analyzes, amplifies, and sonifies the affective states of the user. Emotional expression becomes a soundscape.
The Human Repeater
Artist: Gabriella Levine
Description: The Human Repeater is an audiovisual performance that translates textual data into sound and light. It deals with the consequences of information lost in translation.
Artist: Catherine McCurry
Description: Incompossible Places is a live performance about a woman who discovers a method for separating herself in space through breath holding.
March 15, 2012
Oregon Painting Society will play a mystical costumed jam session as part of their new work Floor Game (2012) at the exhibition’s opening reception on March 15 and during the gallery’s open hours on March 16. Continue reading
Brody Condon’s performance piece Lawful Evil (2007) will be staged at the opening reception on March 15 and during the gallery’s open hours on March 17 and 24. Continue reading
March 17, 2012
Mark your calendar for a live-streaming gallery tour of the “Big Reality” exhibition. This tour with curator Brian Droitcour offers online audiences the opportunity to view and ask questions about the exhibition. Just tweet @319Scholes with the hashtag #bigR.
June 1, 2012
Indeterminate Hikes+ is a mobile phone app that transforms everyday landscapes into sites of bio-cultural diversity and wild happenings, and the bascamp.exe installation psychically prepares hikers for IH+ wilderness excursions. Continue reading
June 16, 2012
Code of Contingency tackles numerous seemingly related and yet unrelated topics:
failure, programming, sound, action-oriented learning, oral/aural cultures, quantum
mechanics, and critical pedagogy to name a few…. Continue reading
I, Bacteria explores the system of the body through data sonification. Bacteria are an
integral agent necessary for our body, our system, to function. What happens when we
choose to play with that system? Continue reading
Matt Lewis will explore composition in relation to media ecology, with a focus on local
data sonification and multi-channel diffusion. Participants will devise strategies for
creating an audio installation, incorporating field-recording and learning aleatoric,
process and generative compositional techniques. Continue reading
June 17, 2012
Screening of Erkki Kurenniemi’s “The Future is Not What It Used To Be”
followed by discussion with Tom Richards and curator Lisa Baldini
Tom Richards makes a conscious choice to reference the visual vocabulary of past
technologies, and in so doing, satirically comments on the present zeitgeist of gadgetry.
Said zeitgeist was in its infancy when Erkki Kurenniemi was developing his practice and
DIMI instrument series, which has since influenced artists, musicians, and
scientists alike. Continue reading